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how do i configure the win98 client m/c to access the network printer connected to win2000 server

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here is my ques;
  how do i configure the win98 client m/c to access the network printer connected to win2000 server.
1. shall i install the printer driver in the client m/c ?

2.shall i share the server printer driver in my m/c(win 98)

3.then how to enumerate the printers local as well as network ?

please suggest some ans ..

with regards
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hi skpanda1
ok if i understood you correctly you wanted to know howto configure your win98 client to print on a network printer...

1. step: install the printer on your server.
2. step: go to settings -> control panel -> printers -> yourprintername -> properties
click on the tab "Sharing"
select "Shared As:"
enter a name as Share Name
enter a password if you like...
3. step: on client go to  settings -> control panel -> printers -> Add Printer
click next
choose network printer
you are now asked for the printer path click "Browse"
select the printer
click ok
enter a name
and finished....
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