Well removing the quotation mark at the end of the definition got me
farther. iManager now lets me select the driver and it starts to upload the
driver to the server. After about a minute I then get an Internal Error A
page has performed an illegal action.

> What is written below will fix the problem but the issue was not
> accessing OCX controls. The latest microsoft update for IE catches an
> invalid quote in 2 of our OCX object ID definitions. In
> ResourceDriversPage.jsp and PrinterDriverProfile.jsp find the OBJECT
> ID=iPrintAccess tag near the top of the file. Remove the quotation mark
> near the end of the definition. The line should now look like this:
> FF2D71D0D32C>
> Save the file.
>
>
> > The new patch for IE broke us. We will be posting a new iManager plugin
> > soon to fix this. Objects with activeX controls cannot be directly
> > accessed in the JSPs due to this security patch. If you want to
> > immediately fix your current iManager, change the following line of

> code
> > in the JSP files ResourceDriversPage.jsp,
> > CreatePrinterDriverProfile2.jsp, ModifyPrinterDriverProfile2.jsp, and
> > PrinterDriverProfile.jsp These reside in the directory \tomcat\4
> > \webapps\nps\portal\modules\iPrint\skins\default\d evices\default
> >
> > Anywhere there is one of these in a JSP file:
> > > FF2D71D0D32C>

> >
> > replace with
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > > I am using IE 6
> > >
> > > > Unfortunately, file upload is only supported using IE. What

> browser
> > are =
> > > > you using..??
> > > >
> > > > >>> 4/13/2006 6:54 am >>>
> > > > I am trying to add some new print drivers to the broker via

> iManager
> > but
> > > > when I try to add the driver I get this error when I click on

> > the "Add =
> > > > From
> > > > File" button.
> > > >
> > > > Line: 170
> > > > Char: 3
> > > > Error: Object doesn't support this property or method
> > > > Code: 0
> > > > URL: http://dsm/nps/servlet/webacc
> > > >
> > > > Our servers were NW6.5 SP4 so I upgraded some of them to NW6.5 SP5

> > and the
> > > > latest iPrint and the lastest broker and manager nlms. This did not

> > fix =
> > > > the
> > > > problem.
> > > > I noticed this started happening yesterday after my machines

> recieved
> > the
> > > > latest updates from Microsoft. I went to a machine that did not get

> > the
> > > > update yet and iManager said I had to upgrade the iPrint client. I
> > > > installed the 4.16 client and it starts to download the driver to

> the
> > > > broker but then gets this error "Internal Error A page has

> performed
> > an
> > > > illegal action."
> > > > I have tried to turn off the pop up blocker and the firewall to see

> > if =
> > > > this
> > > > was causing the problems but I still get the same results.
> > > > Anyone know what these error are and how to fix them?
> > > > I do have this print driver on another server. Is there a way to

> copy
> > them
> > > > from the other broker to this one?
> > > >
> > >

> >

>