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Windows could not connect to the printer. Check the printer name and try again Windows 10/11
Windows could not connect to the printer. Check the printer name and try again Windows 10/11
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Hello friends, welcome to my YouTube channel. Today I will show how to solve Windows Unable to connect to printer. check the printer name and try again.
If it is a network printer, make sure the printer is turned on and the printer address is correct.

Timestamp:
00:00 Introduction
00:24 Printer and document service
01:16 Windows permissions
02:38 RpcOverTcp and RpcOverNamedPipes value
04:32 RpcAuthnLevelPrivacyEnabled
05:45 Update your printer driver
06:17 Disable firewall
06:58 Manual software installed.
07:34 Add a local printer via network.
08:17 Release

Solution for

Step – 1/Server PC
Press the Windows key and type Control Panel in the search bar.
now open the new interface and scroll to the Printer & Documents service in the search bar,
Control Panel//Programs and Features//Turn Windows features on or off//Printer and Document Service//1.LPD Printer Service 2.LPR Port Monitor 3.Internet Print Client

Step -2/Server PC
Press the Windows key and type Registry Editor in the search bar. Click Registry Editor
just search for user everyone and if you don't find it here click add and after click ok press ok.
Registry Editor//HKEY_CURRENT_USER//Software//Microsoft//WindowsNT//CurrentVersion//Windows
Then right-click on the Windows key and select Permissions.

Step – 3/server
Registry Editor//HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE//Software//Policies//Microsoft//Windows NT//Printers//RPC
There are 2 configurable values:
RpcOverTcp value – 0
RpcOverNamedPipes value – 1

Step – 4/server
Registry Editor//HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE//SYSTEM//CurrentControlSet//Control//Print
RpcAuthnLevelPrivacyEnabled

step 5/ server
Update your printer driver

1. Open the Start menu by pressing the Windows key and type Device Manager.
2. Click Open and select Print Queues to check all connected printers.
3. Right-click your printer name in the list.
4. In the context menu that follows, click Update Driver.
5.If you have downloaded the latest driver file, select Browse my computer for drivers. Then you need to choose the driver file in Windows Explorer to update the driver.
6.If you do not have the driver file, click Search for drivers automatically to update your printer driver.
7. Once finished, restart your PC.

Method 6/server
Disable firewall

1: Press Win R keys on your keyboard simultaneously to open the Run command window.
2: In the Run command search box, type firewall.cpl and press Enter to open the Windows Defender Firewall window in Control Panel.
3: In the Control Panel window, click Turn Windows Defender Firewall on or off on the left side of the pane.
4: In the Customize Settings window, under Customize settings for each network type, go to Private network settings and select the Turn off Windows Defender Firewall (not recommended) option.
Repeat this for the public network settings as well.
Press OK to save changes and exit.

step 7/client computer
Manually installed software.

Step 8 /Client PC
Add a local printer via network.

1. Press Windows key and type In Control Panel and click Control Panel in the search bar.

2. Now select Devices and Printers // Add Device // Printers and Scanners //
Add a device//
If no devices are listed here, click "The printer I want is not listed."
Click Add Manually.
3. Select share a printer by name.
Next, check the radio button on the left for “Add a local printer or network printer manual settings,” followed by the Next button.

4. Next, enter the network path of the printer (i.e. ////ComputerName//SharedPrinterName) as the port name.
5. next click.
6. select whether you want to make it a default printer or not

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#PrinterConnectionError
#WindowsPrinterTroubleshoot
#PrinterNameError
#PrintSpooler issues
#Printer driver update
#PrinterNetworkError
#WindowsPrinterSettings
#PrinterPortConfiguration
#FirewallBlockingPrinter
#PrinterInstallationError
#GroupPolicyPrinter
#Printer troubleshooting
#WindowsPrinterError
#PrintSpoolerService
#PrinterSoftwareReinstall

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