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     I need to print barcodes to a barcode printer that's only attached to the client's machine.  This is an in-house program, so this printer will always be the same.  We use UNC (Universal Naming Convention) on our networks, so I can access that printer by \\userComputerName\PrinterName.  Anyone know how to specify and then print from a web app using this or anything similar?

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