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I have one of my customer request to share out the printer between two different network.Please advice ,this request possible to implement ?
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Normally, I like to share a printer by directly connecting to a hub or router ON the network so as to be PC independent...

However, if he needs connectivity to TWO networks, the simplest way to do it is to configure a PC with 2 NIC cards so as to be attached on both networks...  Connect the printer to that PC via USB, then merely use Windows File & Printer sharing to share out the printer on both networks!
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