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With Mac OS X can't I print to ip printers (HP) withuot adding services for macintosh on NT servers and without connecting to NT server?  I had a mac zone set up and one HP 4simx is still configured in this manner.  All mac users can print to this 4simx but not a second 4simx on another subnet that does is not configured with appletalk.

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Have you tried using LPR instead of appletalk when adding the printer to the Print Center?
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