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Posted on 2013-01-17
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Hi,

I have a IP printer which is connected a network at customer side and I have the reserved IP address.

I noticed that there is no print drivers avaiable for this new Xerox printer. THis will be the first one. I downloaded the driver and saved it on a drive on the server

I now need to install this new driver/printer to print server (2003 sp2)

Not quite too sure how to do this and then share it with xp 32 bit users

Any help?

Many thanks

Kuzum
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run add new printer wizard on server where define TCP/IP port (custom port) with IP you reserved for it. Use drivers from manufacturer web site and install them when prompted. In printer properties then install drivers for all other oeprating systems you will deploy it on.
Share the printer and distribute to clients (simple connect printer from client, GPO, deploay group ..)
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