This Microsoft hotfix will protect against installation of incompatible Mc Afee product versions; however, this hotfix cannot protect against upgrades to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update from nodes already running an incompatible Mc Afee product version on a previous build of Windows.In other words, you shouldn’t upgrade to the Anniversary Update unless you verify compatibility.
The documents have no information in them and are zero (0) bytes in size.
Eventually the documents build up in the print queue and create a blocking situation.
The long-awaited Windows 10 Anniversary Update is finally here, but you shouldn’t hurry to install it if you’re using Mc Afee products.
The security software company warned users that some of its products might cause performance issues and system instability on computers running the Anniversary Update.
When the virus connects to the printer share, the server passes the file handle back to the virus.
The virus ignores the file handle and attempts to connect to the boot files directly.If those people aren't logged in, do the print jobs show up?If you log in as administrator from a separate laptop? Zero-Byte Remote Downlevel Documents Appear in Print Queue View products that this article applies to.If I stop the printer spooler service and empty the printers folder the count simply starts at zero and goes again. 2) Are all of the printers the same types (and what types are they? 4) Have you tried rebooting the server after emptying the folders, then updating the driver for the printer(s) affected? Size in bytes: 0; pages printed: 1 ---- Print Queue CN=ASERVER-Canon i6100 was successfully deleted from container LDAP://aserver. Error: 8007200a ---- Document 4, Remote Desktop Redirected Printer Doc owned by user was printed on Canon LBP3000 via port USB002.Size in bytes: 0; pages printed: 1 ---- Document 199, Remote Desktop Redirected Printer Doc owned by Yvette was printed on Canon i6100 via port USB001.Back to the top CAUSE This behavior is caused by the W32. The virus scans all shares on all servers on the network.