This is one of those incredibly annoying issues. I’ve been going back and forth between so many different fixes. I almost gave up on this. Ultimately, I would have to remove all traces of the drivers with the Admin Printer Management tool and wipe out the driver manually and add the printer back. (Note, I only really see this with network printers. We don’t have any local printers where I work).
I’ve discovered a fix that seems to work. (Fingers crossed).
- Right click on the Printer and bring up the Properties
- Click on the ‘Advanced’ tab.
- Click on ‘Printing Preferences’
- Disable Print Optimizations
All your local client PCs connected to the remote printers should updat eon their own but don’t hold me to it. I would recommend just deleting and adding them back if you notice it does not apply to all of your local PCs.