I just updated the server side of iPrint per the instructions to iPrint
4.20. I edited the ini file and renamed the silent install to nipp.exe.
For some reason, the client does not ask to update at login, nor does it
ask to update when you hit the install page. This has happened before
with other versions too. In those cases, it randomly came up on some
machines and not others. I haven't seen enough machines yet to see if
this is the same with 4.20 but I've checked 5 or 6 with nothing happening
so far.

We're running NW6.5 SP5 and the workstations are all XP Pro SP2.

ini file looks like this:

[Novell] ;Do not modify this section
NovellWinVersion = 420 ;This is set by Novell, Inc.
NovellWinVer2K = 420
NovellWinVerXP = 420


[Configuration]
AllowAutoUpdate = 1 ;Get newer iPrint client from Server?

;0 = Don't automatically update client.
;1 = Update client at boot time, prompt
user.
;2 = Update client at boot time, don't
prompt user.

ShortInstallName = DEFAULT ;Installed Printer Name Profile

;This option is used only on
NT4/2000/XP/2003 and later.
;The option lets you display a shorter
;installed printer name in the applications
print dialog
;so that users can see the useful part of
;the printer name. Currently installed
printers
;will not be effected. Only printers
installed
;after the change will reflect the shorter
name..
;
;DEFAULT = The installed name on client will
; follow the full UNC/URL format:
; \\ipp://dnsname.com\pa_name
;YOURNAME = This is any name you want to
show
; for the installed printer's UNC server
name.
; Use only lower ASCII characters:
; DO NOT USE slash, quote, space, or
comma.
; The new installed printer name format
is:
; \\YOURNAME\pa_name

AllowUserPrinters = 3 ;Printer Installation Profile

;Terminal/Citrix Server clients
; These settings will be ignored!
; Instead, you must configure this on the
; Terminal/Citrix server (must have
rights
; to see the tab and administer it).
; Start->Programs->Novell iPrint->iPrint
Client Settings
;
;Windows clients
;This will only be acknowledged on
NT4/2000/XP/2003 and later.
;0 = Follow Windows standards and only
allow
; users with sufficient rights to install
; the printer to the desktop. This
allows
; ALL USERS to see/use this printer. In
; essence this will be a GLOBAL OR
WORKSTATION PRINTER.
;1 = If current user doesn't have rights to
add
; a WORKSTATION PRINTER, automatically
add
; the printer so that ONLY THIS USER can
; Add/View/Modify/Delete this printer.
In
; essence this will be a PRIVATE OR USER
PRINTER.
;2 = Only add USER PRINTERS. No rights
required.
; All users (including Administrator or
power user) that
; add a printer will be adding a printer
; that only they can
Add/View/Modify/Delete.
; (ALL PRINTERS ARE PRIVATE OR USER
PRINTERS).
;3 = Only add WORKSTATION PRINTERS. No
rights required.
; All users will have rights to
install/remove iPrint
; printers (non-iPrint printers will not
be affected)
; even if the Windows workstation has
been locked down.

UpgradeNDPSPrinters = 0 ;Upgrade NDPS Printers Profile
;
;This option is meant to be used when you
want
;to migrate/upgrade all NDPS printers that
are
;installed on the workstation to iPrint
printers.
;
;0 = Leave NDPS installed printers alone
(DEFAULT).
;1 = Prompt the user to upgrade the printer
to an iPrint printer.
;2 = Silently upgrade the printer to an
iPrint printer.

UpgradeQMSPrinters = 0 ;Upgrade QMS Printers Profile
;
;This option is meant to be used when you
want
;to migrate/upgrade all QMS queues/printers
that are
;installed on the workstation to iPrint
printers.
;
;0 = Leave QMS installed printers alone
(DEFAULT).
;1 = Prompt the user to upgrade the printer
to an iPrint printer.
;2 = Silently upgrade the printer to an
iPrint printer.

Any ideas?

Thanks.