Remote Desktop connection has encountered a problem and must be nearby

When printing a tag printing in internet explore from a server terminal server. I get the message "Remote Desktop connection has encountered a problem and needs to close". I get disconnected from the terminal server. I updated the file screwdriver as well as pilots of the printer. The printer is a HP3600.

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