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HP8000 will not save quick sets in Win2K

I suspect this is more of a Windows 2K question.  When I try to save any quick sets for my HP8000N printer, it tells me I cannot save system settings.  We tested this on a Windows 2K Server, and the server can save the sets, but cannot allow any users to do this.  We changed permissions, but made no difference?  Has anyone else seen this?
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DRRYAN3Commented:
Did you add the printer to the workstation from Network Neighborhood?  You need to setup the user as an operator on W2K server.

I've found that the time saved installing from server is lost because of stuff like this.  Now, I install the printer locally and then point it off to the server port.  Then I get all the paper types, the user can change their settings locally, and I don't have to hand out too much control on the server side.
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