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Installing Printer on a cluster - "Unable to Install Printer. Operation Could not be completed"

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      4th May 2006
Trying to Install HP ColorJet 3500 printer onto a Windows 2000 Advanced
Server Cluster. I get the following error message.The drivers are correct,
but it says that it is not digitally signed while installing it.

I tried according to another person to use NT driver instead of XP/2000/2003
drivers but it came up with the same message.

I was able to install with a different printer driver, no problem. (4000
series printers).

I have seen several posts about this and there is no proper reply. But, I
saw that there was a post that took me to microsoft site about installing a
hotfix for this scenario, but more towards Windows Server 2003. So, Any
thoughts guys!

thanks in advance!

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