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Scaning via Photoshop 4.0 using LAN

Posted on 1998-09-26
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Hello Experts,
i have one question,
how to scan pictures, if our scaner isn't connected
to the server, but to users work-station?
All computers are available via LAN.
What about scanner? Is any way, how to do this???

Thank you.
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If you mean will everyone be able to access the scanned images, then answer is yes.
What you need to do is create a shared folder on the workstation that has the scanner. Everyone who needs access to the scanned images should have access to this folder.
If you in a Win95/NT enviroment right click on the folder and choose sharing.
As long as you are logged onto the network you should be able to map to the folder you have given share access to.

Hope that helps.

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I had problems, couse, sharing doesn't  work. :(
I need the way, how to add it under photoshop!
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