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Printing from DOS to a NT-net

Posted on 1998-05-19
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Hi,
I've NT4 network, and an old DOS program, and I want to do
something to print from this program in real-DOS (6.22) [not
DOS-session under Windows] to the whatever network printer.
Is there any DOS net printing client or... ???
What should I do ?                     Robert
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Install the NT-client for DOS and type:
NET USE LPT1: \\name_server\name_printer

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by:beton2
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Mark,

I want to grade your answer as good! but I can't becouse of this :

> Method Not Allowed
> The requested method POST is not allowed for the URL /tryback.html.

                                                                          Robert :(
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Robert, No regret, It's OK, I think I've got the points, but I'm happy your problem is solved!

Bye
Mark
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