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Hi,

I have a user who is from an external company. Is there any way i can configure network printer for the user.

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Sharath
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You can log onto the users machine and connect to the shared printer - assuming that the permissions pn the printer allow this.
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Create a Standart TCP/IP Port on the users machine, Put in the IP of the printer, Install the driver and you're done. The user now prints directly to the printer. No need to authenticate anymore.
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