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Posted on 2016-07-26
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I have completed most of the work on my print server and have the intranet website ready to go.  However, when you click on the printer it only shows the management side of the specific printer.  What do I need to enable users to install the printer from the website?
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by:Niabingi
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are you trying to have printer available in Sharepoint? are the printers shared on the print server?
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by:Mary Macchioni
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The printers are shared on the print server.  No Sharepoint.
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by:Niabingi
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I think you will need to enable IIS and enable Internet printing, you should be able to see the printers in the print server's web page at http://PrintServer/printers
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by:Mary Macchioni
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I can see them on the website but when you click on the specific printer there's no option to install the printer.
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Solution: Compatibility Mode
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It worked
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