Server performance degrades as more queues are added.
Servers hosting Terminal Services and Citrix create temporary server-side queues for each connected client. These contribute to larger registry sizes with UPD 2.x.1 - 2.x.3 and further affect server performance.
Note: The precise number of print queues needed on a server before experiencing performance issues varies depending on server hardware and usage.
The Lexmark UPD stores information in the registry that describes the printer hardware used for each queue. As the number of queues increases, so does the size of the registry, which can negatively affect system performance.
CustomLexmark tabs aremissing after you create a printer for a print cluster running Windows Server 2003 or Server 2008.
Open Printer Propertiesand notice which Microsoft tabs are present, but also the custom Lexmark tabs (e.g., Configuration tab) that are missing.
|Perform a cluster failover to each node. Afterwards, the missing tabs will show up properly for all printers.|