Printer name with non-ASCII character

Is it possible to name a printer using ISO-8859-1 (or WINLATIN1) characters?
Our business system has logical printer names defined, sometimes using Norwegian (and Danish) letters (AE-lig, O-slash and A-ring), which we would like to map to the correct Windows UNC paths.
Mapping to a UNC path containing one of these characters works fine. But if the printer name itself contains a non-ASCI ISO character it fails.
Example using BÆR (B AE-lig R):
!p BÆR * \\print\bærum * 50 *
Don't know how the log will look after posting, but I'll try:
jfserver.exe: [400]D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Data\Test.dat : ^job TEST -zBÆR -afp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\forms" -alp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\logos"
jfserver.exe: [400] ^JOB formname='TEST' printername='B'
jfserver.exe: [400]Scanning !f for candidates
jfserver.exe: [400]Mapped printer name 'B' to id 'R' dev '*'
jfserver.exe: [400]Other job tokens before substitution 'R -afp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\forms" -alp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\logos"'
jfserver.exe: [400]Other job tokens after substitution'R -afp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\forms" -alp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\logos"'
jfserver.exe: [400]Merge parms before substitution '\\printer\b'
jfserver.exe: [400]Merge parms after substitution'\\printer\b'
jfserver.exe: [400]Task parms before substitution '"test.mdf" "D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Data\Test.dat" -l -apr"" -all"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\jfserver.log" -asl1 -amq0 -ams"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Mst\R.mst" -m2T -z"*" \\printer\b R -afp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\forms" -alp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\logos" -aii"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\jfmerge.ini"'
jfserver.exe: [400]Task parms after substitution '"test.mdf" "D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Data\Test.dat" -l -apr"" -all"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\jfserver.log" -asl1 -amq0 -ams"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Mst\R.mst" -m2T -z"*" \\printer\b R -afp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\forms" -alp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\logos" -aii"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\jfmerge.ini"'
jfserver.exe: [400]"test.mdf" "D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Data\Test.dat" -l -apr"" -all"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\jfserver.log" -asl1 -amq0 -ams"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Mst\R.mst" -m2T -z"*" \\printer\b R -afp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\forms" -alp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\logos" -aii"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\jfmerge.ini"
jfserver.exe: [307]Launching task '"D:\Adobe\Central\Bin\jfmerge" "test.mdf" "D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Data\Test.dat" -l -apr"" -all"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\jfserver.log" -asl1 -amq0 -ams"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Mst\R.mst" -m2T -z"*" \\printer\b R -afp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\forms" -alp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\logos" -aii"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\jfmerge.ini"'.
jfmerge: [125]* Processing data file: 'D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Data\Test.dat'.
jfmerge: [289]MDF file `D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\forms\test.mdf' opened.
jfmerge: [400]The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect.
jfmerge: [2]Error opening output device/file '*'.
jfmerge: [210]Nothing was printed.
jfserver.exe: [314]Agent exit message: [2]Error opening output device/file '*'.
jfserver.exe: [400]spawned '"D:\Adobe\Central\Bin\jfmerge" "test.mdf" "D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Data\Test.dat" -l -apr"" -all"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\jfserver.log" -asl1 -amq0 -ams"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\Mst\R.mst" -m2T -z"*" \\printer\b R -afp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\forms" -alp"D:\Adobe\Central\Samples\Exprint\logos" -aii"D:\Adobe\Central\Server\jfmerge.ini"'
jfserver.exe: [400]--> returned [-2] [2]Error opening output device/file '*'..

For others who might have the same problem. You can solve it by quoting the device name and/or printer name.
!p """BÆR""" * """\\print\bærum""/q" * 50 *
This, however, causes the printer name to be '"BÆR"' with the double quotes included in the name. Thus, the job card must contain the unfortunate tripple quotes as well: -z"""BÆR""".
Vegard

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