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Win2k3: "Add Printer Wizard" corrupted. Is there a fix?

Win2k3: "Add Printer Wizard" corrupted. Is there a fix?

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After spoolsv.exe (Spool Server) failed repeatedly, even when no printers were active, the "Resource Kit Tools for Win2003" rktools.exe was invoked and one of its tools cleanspl.exe (Spooler Cleaner) was executed. As a result all drivers were flushed out - as should be, however the “Add Printer Wizard” consequently refused to work to its full extent. Printers with USB and TCP/IP Ports can no longer be added to the system (because the drop down menu doesn't offer them for selectioning), thereby rendering the Spooler System near to useless.

How can the Server SW be repaired after having been flushed with cleanspl.exe so that the “Add Printer Wizard” will also show TCP/IP and USB port alternatives? Anyone have an idea?

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