How can I setup both 32bit and 64bit drivers for the
same printer on my \\printServer so I can just browse
to \\printServer, doubleClick on the 64bit printer,
and have it automatically installs locally on Win7 ?
PrintServer is Windows 2003 Server Standard
"Windows 7" Steps
1. download 64bit driver to local PC
2. do install based on printers IP address
"Windows XP" Steps
1. browse to \\printServer
2. doubleClick on a 32bit printer
3. printer automatically installs locally
Printer Setting -> got to "share" -> Click Additional Drivers
Select the check box of the processor architecture for which you want to add drivers. In your instance this would be x64.
If the printserver
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