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Windows 95 printing on MAC network

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Can Windows 95 be configured to print to MAC ethernet network when Apple printer is connected to hub via a transceiver?  Internet connection works, but Network Neighborhood does not recognize the MACs nor the printer.  Should printer be directly connected to MAC or Win 95?
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The easiest way is to use Windows NT. For Windows 95 use MacLan95 From Miramar Systems.
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