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Printing to Sharp copy station from Windows 2003 print server fails when copy station in powersave mode

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We have a new Sharp copy/print/scan station that is setup as a printer on our Windows 2003 print server.  It works fine until the Sharp unit goes into powersave mode.  At that time any clients printing to it will get failures until the Sharp unit is brought out of powersave mode.  I can print a test page from the print server to the Sharp unit when it is in powersave mode and it does wake up and print.  Any ideas on settings that might cause this?
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I figured it out.  It was supposed to be using LPR instead of RAW.  It worked with RAW but this was the problem with the power save mode.
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