To specify how the print service recovers
once the printer is ready for printing again
after detecting a printer fault,
select Advanced from the Settings menu,
then select Faults.
Choose the ``Fault Recovery'' method:
Disables the printer until the administrator reenables the printer.
Restart current job
Restarts printing at the beginning of the print job that was
active when the fault occurred.
Continue with current page
Continues printing at the top of the page where printing stopped.
This method requires a filter that can wait for a printer fault
to be cleared before resuming properly.
The default filter that the print service uses cannot do this.
If the recovery method is Continue with current page,
but the interface program does not continue running
and therefore cannot detect when the printer fault was cleared,
the print service attempts to print every few minutes until it succeeds.
You can force the print service to retry
immediately by reenabling the printer.
``Enabling and disabling printers''.
If you do not specify how the print service is to resume
after a printer fault,
the print service tries to continue at the top of the page
where printing stopped (if the appropriate filter exists).
Failing that, the print service restarts printing
at the beginning of the print job.