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Smart Label Printer 200 & 420 on a Domain Network.

Posted on 2007-03-28
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were trying to use the printer on a Domain network with upto four computers. We have had to install the printer on the computers as a Local Administrator (i.e to have permissions to install software). We then shared the printer, setting permissions to allow for all users. Once we then log on as a normal user, the printer appears in the printer folder however the software to use it does not appear on the desktop or in the Windows menu.

How can we use/see the software without giving normal users administrator rights?

Operating System is XP Pro
We are currntly using the SLP software version 6.2

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You will have to allow them access to the folders the software is installed in (set the NTFS permissions), then setup some shortcuts to the executables to allow them to run the software.
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Glad I could help. Hope your problem is resolved. Thank you.
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