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How can I map to Windows Server 2003 shared network printers from a Mac OS X v. 10.6.4 OS laptop?

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How can I map to Windows Server 2003 shared network printers from a Mac OS X v. 10.6.4 OS laptop?
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Hello Knowledgeable,

Assuming these network printers have a static IP address, you should be able to add it from your Mac using only the IP address using the steps here:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Mac/10.5/en/9031.html

What make & model are the printers you're trying to add?

-FF
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