connection to a shared printer

Posted on 2013-09-25
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Last Modified: 2013-10-11
Hi guys, im trying to install a shared printer to my computer and i keep getting an error
PC1 has the printer connected and its shared full rights.

On PC2 I pull up the PC# 1 shared and i right click on the shared printer and hit connect and i get an errorhere is the error i get

please see the error i got...

thanks in advance for your help
Question by:MVGtechnology
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DMTechGrooup earned 2000 total points
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Try doing the net use command.. seems to be an issue with some printers and this is what most people have stated works for them.

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thanks this worked

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