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While trying to print with ArcPress, the following error may be returned:
"AppESRIPrintLocal.EXE has encounters a problem and needs to close."
The current user does not have read/write access to C:\Windows\System32\Spool\PRINTERS. In some cases, the AppESRIPrintLocal.EXE file also needs to be registered.
Full rights to C:\Windows\System32\Spool\PRINTERS need to be granted by the System Administrator. The file AppESRIPrintLocal.EXE may also need to be registered.
Contact the System Administrator if there are difficulties setting permissions.
If ArcGIS has been installed to C:\Programs Files\ArcGIS, this command may fail. Open an MS-DOS prompt, change the directory to the ArcGIS\bin install location and run 'appesriprintlocal.exe /regserver'.