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Ineed to clone a xerox print any would be great

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Do you mean you need to set a Xerox printer up with the same settings as another identical one? In that case, with many Xerox printers that can be done from the printer's web page (point your browser at its IP address). Cloning will copy all settings except the IP address. However this does not work with all their printers - some don't support it.

It can also be done with Xerox CentreWare Web (a free download) which is supposed to work with any RFC 1759 compliant printer. That includes most networked printers.

If this is not what you want to do, please provide more info.
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