Printing to network printer on Wyse V10L Thin Client

Posted on 2007-12-03
Last Modified: 2013-12-15
Is there a way to print to a network printer on a Wyse V10L Thin Client? There is no server on the network. All printers are set with static IPs. Printers are HP Laserjet 2015dn's.
Question by:victornegri
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When you do the add printer wizzard, choose local printer.  Then make a new TCP/IP port.  Enter the IP address of the printer when prompted.  For the driver use HP Laserjet.  If there is disk space you can load the actual PCL driver from HP's website.
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ID: 20398542
The V10L uses the Wyse OS, now Windows XP.
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meant to say "not" and not "now"
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Discovered it's not possible with the V10L. Had to purchase the V30L with Windows CE.

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Closed, 500 points refunded.
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