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How to Disable Banner from HP jet printer server

Posted on 1998-06-29
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I got a suitation as below:
I have a espon color printer connected to HP printer server e x,  althought I have disable the banner option in win95 ,but it always have banner out .
Please advise what should I do?
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by:wayneb
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are you using novell as your print q ?
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by:edwardy
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yes I use novell 3.12 as a print q.
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The best way to disable a banner or formfeed is to setup the system or user login script to capture the q and disable banner.

Example this can be put in system or user login script.

#servername\sys\public\capture l=1 q=your print q Nb Nff noti

The l= is for your port # 1 2 or 3 q is your q name and nb is for no banner nff is for no form feed and noti is for no time out if you print from dos.
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by:edwardy
ID: 2014514
thanks your respond, I have tried the similar way but still fail
With your method, I should set the lpt capture( lpt1 to \\pq name\printeer) But everytime it print, it fail and network error message display.
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by:wayneb
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set it to print to the captured port lpt1 lpt2 and let netware handle the capture, do not capture in windows 95.  Simply print to local port and let the netware shell grab it and send it to the network printer.
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by:ryans
ID: 2014516
Keep in mind there are 2 possible banners here.  One is Novell that everyone mentioned here and another one can be an HP banner.  I have seen this HP banner when using Jetdirect.  Xerox networked printers add their own banners too.  Just a thought..
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