I had a problem with printers on a costumer that when the GPP was applied on the computers it fail with the event id 4098, 0x80070005, Access Denied.
The problem was that someone uncheck the view server checkbox on the print server properties for the everyone group.
I had a problem exporting all printers, drivers, ports, etc in a Print Server Failover Cluster 2008 R2 (I tryed from the console and from a command line).
The error was that when I was doing the backup of the printers it fails because the export file was more large than 2 GB and the eventvwr show event id 57.
Printbrm.exe (the Printer Migration Wizard or the command-line tool) failed to place a file in cabinet (CAB) file %1 while backing up print queues. Error reported: %2. This can occur if the user does not have permission to create a file in the destination location, or if there is insufficient disk space or system resources.
To solve the problem I install the following patch:
In a 2008 and 2008 R2 Failover Cluster the quorum disk not is visible when you want to move like others resource disks from the Failover Cluster Console, to do that you need to use the command line parameter Cluster group “Cluster Group” /move:<newnode>
You can see all the resource disks using the parameter “cluster group”
To find machines that maybe not exists in the domain you can do a query seeking those that not change their pwd in the last 180 days. The query is: dsquery computer –stalepwd 180