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Printing within a Workgroup

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Hello,

I have a Windows 2000 workstation connected to a printer the printer is shared, I would like other workstations to access the printer without creating a user profile on the Slave workstation for all users to print. Is there a way to do this I do have a 2000 Server but currently cannnot run a Doamin.

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bibhutikumar earned 125 total points
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Just shared your printer from win2k that sharing shoud be for everyone with full right. if all other workstations are win2k then there wont ba nya problem . just  install the printer from every work station in printer insatlltion wizarad give the shared  printer name and computer name .and complete the wizard .
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