These lines were added one by one, as successive runs of the Resource Access Monitor kept showing another line preceded by an "X".tzuk wrote:Why do you [add] all those OpenIpcPath lines in the new test sandbox? ...
When you say, "use just the default" you're referring to the "HP Universal" setting, I assume? And you're saying it really should be working with this option set, alone?... The idea is to use just the default setings. ...
And ... if the original string already terminates with an "*" then, we should make it end with "**", or does the original single terminating asterisk serve also as the wild card?You can put asterisks anywhere in the line, not just at the end, so something like C:_Users_*_AppData_Local_Microsoft_Windows_* is fine.
Thanks for giving me the next step!Now I want to ask you to do the same with the registry. After a printing attempt, make sure there is something still running in the sandbox, so you can access the registry of the sandbox. Then start RegEdit (from the Windows Run command for example) and expand the HKEY_USERS key to find a Sandbox_RonC_sandboxname key. Then look in this key to see if you find anything that looks related to printing or to HP.
Unfortunately, no.tzuk wrote:... expand the HKEY_USERS key to find a Sandbox_RonC_sandboxname key. Then look in this key to see if you find anything that looks related to printing or to HP.
HP Deskjet F2100 series
HP Deskjet F2100 series (Copy 1)
I used the 'TestBox' for this, and the job still sticks in the spooler.tzuk wrote:How about if you add a wildcard (i.e. a single star) in Resource Access > File Access > Full Access?
Ipc O \rpc control\splwow64_1_136e7_0_1
Ipc O \rpc control\umpdproxy_1_136e7_0_1
Ipc O \sessions\1\basenamedobjects\local\winspl64to32mutex_136e7_0_1
tzuk wrote:... Please try this:
Start menu > Devices and Printers > Double click on your printer > Customize your printer > a dialog box opens
In the dialog box, select Advanced tab, then in the middle of the window, select - Print directly to the printer
RonC wrote::? I am in the process of trying everything.
There is one bit of success, that I was able to print from a sandboxed Firefox by first going into HP Deskjet series Properties, Advanced Tab, and turning off spooling.
But, I have now lost the HP Printer Preview function, and I'd rather not do that, as it saves loads of ink and paper by intercepting problems, before sending the job to be printed.
But, this isn't a good work-around for a more important reason: while going from one Printer Properties Tab to another, looking at each for somewhere to restore the HP Printer Preview, (I think, there is no way) the Properties box froze. After I had to force it to terminate, I got a message from the operating system saying that Firefox had crashed, and asking, "did I want Windows to look for a solution"? I think something is unstable?
No problem at all -- you are keeping track of many threads, and I am looking after only one!tzuk wrote:I'm sorry, I missed the part where you said you already tried bypassing the spooler.
Do you see splwow64.exe processes start to run when you print? ...
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