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Can I use a printer server (usb to ethernet) w/ a scanner?

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Hello and thank you for taking the time out to answer my question.

I installed many usb print servers before on printers but never on a scanner. My intuition tells me that theoretically it should work.

I just wanted to get some confirmation from someone who maybe has set one up before..

Thank you again...

~Milosz
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Thank you for your help with this matter. I guess my assumption was incorrect to think that all print servers have that capability.
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