You will need to try somewhere else then, call Xerox locally.
The issue you are having is not able to be replicated at all, so it has to do with your specific environment.
Have someone wipe everything on the printer, there can be nothing in common across 9 print drivers that cover PS, PCL, PCL6 and XPS spanning a time of 7 years minus 1 month. Absolutely nothing would be common across them all, so the only things in common on your location is the printer (possibly corrupt) and your server.
Easiest way to prove if the driver has an issue that nobody else has noticed in almost 7 years would be to use any of the other 8 listed drivers under Windows 7, there are 5 fully featured drivers from 2009 alone.
If the defaults don't push and you have them set in both places then you have to be using Windows 10 Anniversary.(Version 1607)
And in that case you need an MS fix, not Xerox.
Printing Preferences is what you need for the Server locally.
Anything to push to the client should be done in Printing Defaults
And make sure it wasn't turned in in CWIS under Properties > Services > Printing > Language Emulation > Postscript
In our company installed the printer Xerox WC 7425. Printing via the print server is configured.
Users of continuously printed Job ID. The printer, configured, I unplugged
Print Job ID. In the printer settings Printing Job ID also disabled. But all is printed.
While locally, the user does not disable the Print Job ID. How to make so that all disable printing Job ID centrally? To no one was printed.