> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Snyder [mailto:swsnyder@insightbb.com]=20
> Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2006 10:46 AM
> To: samba@lists.samba.org
> Subject: [Samba] Samba (+ NAV?) and bad printer names?
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> At 4:00 every morning the 2 WinXP machines on my network=20
> generate a slew=20
> of queries to bad printer names. These names are variations=20
> on the name=20
> of a valid printer exported by Samba. =20
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> Samba v3.0.10 is running on a RHEL4 system. It exports=20
> several shared=20
> drives and a single printer. The printer is named "lj4500",=20
> is managed by=20
> CUPS v1.1.22, and works correctly via Samba from both WinXP boxes. =20
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> Here's a snippet of my smb.conf file:
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> load printers =3D yes
> printing =3D cups
> printcap name =3D cups
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> So what is going on with those WinXP machines at 4:00AM? The=20
> only thing I=20
> can think of is the daily system-wide scan done by Norton=20
> Antivirus (NAV). =20
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> Can anyone shed some light on what is going on here and how I=20
> can stop=20
> these queries to bogus printer names? =20
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> Thanks.



run a manual scan now while tailing the logs. that will show if it's
NAV.

-Chris
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