Is there a reliable way to share printers w/o a complicated mess? Maybe a printer with an onboard printserver that is designed to be on the public internet?
We have alot of remote offices. we want to put printers in some of them, and print to them from the main office. It needs to be up anytime the remote internet connection is working. it needs to be somewhat secure. the print data is not sensative.
These are very small offices w/o any technical people. The offices are to small to put in a hardware VPN. they used a vpn client to get email etc..
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