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Lesson Review
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Use the following questions to help determine whether you have learned enough to move on to the next lesson. If you have difficulty answering these questions, review the material in this lesson before beginning the next lesson. You can find answers to these questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. Which of the following tasks can you perform with the Add Printer Wizard Choose all that apply. a. Taking a local printer offline b. Printing multiple copies of a document c. Adding an LPR port d. Making a printer that is connected to your computer available to other network users 2. What is the default printer in Windows XP Professional
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11-20
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Setting Up, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Printers
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3. After you get home from the store, you unpack your new computer and printer. You install Windows XP Professional, and you want to install your printer. You want to set up the printer as your default printer. During the installation, you are not prompted to use the printer as your default printer for all Windows-based applications. You know you have seen this option at work when you install local printers. Why can you not see it on your home computer
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Lesson Summary
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Local printers are directly connected to a print server. To install and share a local printer, use the Add Printer Wizard on the print server. Sharing a local printer makes it possible for multiple users on the network to utilize it. In larger companies, most printers are network interface printers. To install a network interface printer, use the Add Printer Wizard and specify the port information for the printer (such as a network address). The LPR port is designed for computers that need to communicate with UNIX or VAX host computers. For computers that need to submit print jobs to host computers, the standard TCP/IP port should be used in most cases. To install an LPR port, you must first install Print Services For UNIX. Users of client computers running Windows XP Professional, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 98, or Windows 95 only need to connect to the shared printer to be able to print. To enable users of client computers that use the LPR protocol to print, the print server must have Print Services For UNIX installed.
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Lesson 3
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Connecting to Network Printers 11-21
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Lesson 3: Connecting to Network Printers
After you have installed and shared a printer on the print server, and installed appropriate drivers, users on client computers running Windows 95 and later can easily connect to the shared printer. For most Windows-based client computers, if the appropriate printer drivers are on the print server, the client computer automatically downloads the drivers when the user makes a connection to the printer. For information on how you can install additional drivers on a print server, see Lesson 4, Configuring Network Printers, later in this chapter. When you add and share a printer, by default, all users can connect to that printer and print documents. The method used to connect to a printer depends on the client computer. Client computers running Windows 95 and later can use the Add Printer Wizard. Client computers running Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, or Windows 2000 can also use a Web browser to connect to the printer.
After this lesson, you will be able to
Identify the options available when using the Add Printer Wizard to connect to a network
printer.
Connect directly to a shared printer. Connect to a network printer by using a Web browser. Find a printer using the Search Assistant.
Estimated lesson time: 15 minutes
Add Printer Wizard Options
The Add Printer Wizard is one method that client computers running Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 98, or Windows 95 can use to connect to a printer. This is the same wizard that you use to add and share a printer. The options that are available in the Add Printer Wizard that allow you to locate and connect to a printer vary depending on the operating system that the client computer is running.
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