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I need to connect a multifuntion printer to a wireless network

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I need to connect a Richo multifuntion printer and no network plug nearby. Is there a wireless solution avaibile?
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by:SCCMCanuck
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To clarify,

Is their a WAP in range of the ricoh printer? Also what model is the printer? Also, what type of configuration do you wish to see the printer in? Do you wnat it to have a wireless adaptor connecting to a wireless access point?

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by:mhud9
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I currently don't have that information at this time. I will get it and post it
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Please Cancel the question, the problem has been resolved
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