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How do i Configure D-Link DP300U Print Server to be connected to a USB printer

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We are trying to connect a USB Printer to a print Server D-Link DP300U .In Web page it is set to USB and saved.Once we log off from the page and enter again,the selection is set to LPT Port automatically.The Print Server is new and the printer is HP 3500 Series.
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As I can remember, this print server has an additional option "save configuration" or something else.
Have a look if you find something in that direction.
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