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Print sharing via Windows 2000?

If you install a modern CUPS on RH9 it can be configured to
talk to the win2k printer.


Scott Ehrlich <scott at MIT.EDU> writes:

> I have a network consisting of several Redhat 9 machines and a Windows 2000 box 
> with a printer physically connected to the Win2K machine.
> The goal is to share the printer, with the Win2K box as the print server, and 
> permit the Redhat9 systems to print through the Win2K box.
> What are my options?   At present, nothing new can be introduced to the 
> picture.   There can be OS changes/tweaks, but no upgrades, and no new 
> electronics.
> There is no Windows domain.
> Thanks for any insights.
> Scott

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