I've a small network with :
-> 3 Workstation with WXP Pro SP1 + 1 Server with 2003 SBS Standard + 1 Print Server from PRICOM + 1 Laser Printer from Canon
Everithing is working great. BUT !!!!!!!!
Someone remember to start using a very old DOS program made with CLIPPER and DBASE III+ because there was some data they needed to recover from it.
Now it is HELL because the program only accepts LPT1 / LPT2 / LPT3
So what I've tried,
1) I shared the canon printer on the server with sharename "CANON"
2) On every workstation (only 3) I'ved type on command prompt -> NET USE LPT1: \\SERVER\CANON /PERSISTENT:YES
3) Tried from command line to print directly to LPT1 and it works fine
4) But from that "#*&/*" DOS program it returns a error printing and asks to QUIT or RETRY and then exits the program. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Maybe because iti is CLIPPER ??????????????????????????????
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