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TCPIP printing over a 64K Lease Line

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We have LAN extended to our Remote Office via the 64K Lease Line.  Remote users logon to the NT server at the H/office to access the Shared resources and Email.  The response time is quite slow especially with Printing, where we've installed WebAdmin on the Server to control all printing.  How can I setup Network/shared printing locally whilst the remote users are still logged on to the NT server.

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Eida Siming
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You need to stop sending the printjobs back to the server for management.  Have the users in the remote office print directly to the jetdirect and manage their own print jobs.
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I actually used Jetadmin locally using a switch to connect all PCs and the printer.  And deleted the printer on the server, thus stopping jobs to print to the server.
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