Thank you all for reading this. I'm having a long standing problem adding 32 bit Win 7 drivers to an SBS 2008 server. I've seen the instructions listed on EE and elsewhere to:
-Log on to 32 bit machine with Admin credentials.
-Browse to server and click on the "Printers and Faxes" share. etc.
*** This is where I get lost. I can't see the SBS 2008 "Printers and Faxes Share. Where am I going wrong?
(The network has 2 Konica Minolta network printers. KM drivers are really frustrating because they favor "Universal Drivers" which seem not to work because this network uses "department accounting" and the universal driver lacks that feature. )
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