SBS 2008 Printer Share Permissions

Rather stupidly, I accidently denied access to a printer I was sharing to everybody and now I can't see it, even though I am signed on as administrator.  Help anyone?
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Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
You need to log on as administrator, right click on the printer and then chnage the security properties to allow others access.

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GuyLiddellAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot!
GuyLiddellAuthor Commented:
Although I was signed on with administrative rights, I had to sign on as Administrator itself to be able to see the printer and change the share security settings.
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