I use Lightspeed Content Filtering and they came out with a new agent which when installed my network printers show up unavailable. If I login with administrator rights the printers are ready and can print. The wierd thing is if I login with Admin rights first than login as a user with user rights the printers show up ready and can print. If I reboot and login with a user account with user rights it won't work. Lightspeeds agent looks at winsock calls and Lightspeed is not familiar with Novell so haven't got a fix yet. Hoping someone kind tell me what service would be affected in my situation so they can help in rewriting exceptions in the code.
Also, I can type the URL to the printer and see the printer is available through the browser so the content filter is not blocking the URL. But if it was it shouldn't work under a user with admin rights.