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Remote downlevel document gets "Access Denied"

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Mark M

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I have three PC's setup where each has a printer whose port is a Local Port to a printer share (except the final one in the chain of course). I print a job to the Printer on the first PC which should route to the Pirnter on the second PC, but the second PC gives an "Access Denied" error message.
I have read MS Kbase article 121853 that gives some help regarding NT3.5, namely that remote downlevel documents are sent as null sessions and the user credentials are blank. However the solution provided (to edit the registry to allow null sessions on the printer share) does not work for Windows 2003.
I would like a Windows 2003 solution.
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