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I have a windows 2008 domain controller the is running the DNS service and a second domain that has a wireless printer that I would like to access in the same building
They have different IP ranges. If I install a wireless card on the domain controller will I be able to use the printer on the other domain?
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Yes, but you can only configure one gateway so you have to think of a route entry on the server.
If you can do the configuration for that on a real router if you have.
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I would just buy another printer, as if you don;t do this correctly you run a risk of totally messing up the entire network.. DNS, DHCP, etc.. I would honestly just spring for another printer... Laserjets can be found for under 200.00... is it worth it?
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