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Options for Client Computers Running Windows 2000 and Later
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By using the Add Printer Wizard on client computers running Windows 2000 and later, you can connect to a printer through the following methods: Use the Universal Naming Convention (UNC) name You can use the UNC name (\\print_server\printer_name) to make connections by selecting Type The Printer Name Or Click Next To Browse For A Printer on the Locate Your Printer page of the Add Printer Wizard. If you know the UNC name, this is a quick method.
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Setting Up, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Printers
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Browse the network You can also browse the network for the printer by selecting Type The Printer Name Or Click Next To Browse For A Printer on the Locate Your Printer page of the Add Printer Wizard, leaving the Name text box blank, and clicking Next. Use the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) name You can also connect to a printer on the Internet or your intranet by selecting Connect To A Printer On The Internet Or On Your Local Intranet on the Locate Your Printer page of the Add Printer Wizard. Search Active Directory If your computer running Windows 2000 or later is a member of a domain, you can find the printer by using Microsoft Active Directory service search capabilities. You can search either the entire Active Directory or just a portion of it. You can also narrow the search by providing features of the printer, such as color printing.
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Options for Client Computers Running Windows NT 4.0, Windows 95, or Windows 98
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On client computers running Windows NT 4.0, Windows 95, or Windows 98, the Add Printer Wizard allows you only to enter a UNC name or to browse Network Neighborhood to locate the printer.
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Options for Client Computers Running Other Microsoft Operating Systems
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Users at client computers running early versions of Windows such as Windows 3.1, Windows 3.5, and Windows for Workgroups use Print Manager instead of the Add Printer Wizard to make a connection to a printer.
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How to Connect Directly to a Shared Printer
Instead of using the Add Printer Wizard, an often simpler way to connect to a shared printer is to connect directly by using any of the following techniques: Browse My Network Places or Network Neighborhood In Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT, Network Neighborhood provides a way to browse computers on the local network. In Windows 2000 and Windows XP, My Network Places provides this same functionality. After browsing to the computer that shares the printer, right-click the printer and click Connect to initiate a connection to the printer. You can also drag the printer icon to the Printers And Faxes folder on the client computer. Use the Run dialog box Click Start and then click Run to open the Run dialog box. Type the UNC of any printer (\\print_server\printer_name) into the Open text box, and then click OK to initiate a connection to the printer. If the print server does not have the appropriate drivers for the operating system running on the client, Windows asks you to provide the drivers. Use the command prompt Users of any Windows-based client computer can connect to a network printer by typing net use lptx: \\print_server\printer_name,
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where x is the number of the printer port. The Net Use command is also the only method available for making a connection to a network printer from client computers running MS-DOS or IBM OS/2 with Microsoft LAN Manager client software installed.
How to Use a Web Browser
If you are using a client computer running Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Home Edition, or Windows 2000, you can connect to a printer through your corporate intranet. You can type a URL in your Web browser, and you do not have to use the Add Printer Wizard. In Windows XP Professional, you can use Microsoft Internet Explorer, the Printers And Faxes folder, My Computer, or any other window or folder that has an address bar. After you make a connection, Windows XP Professional copies the correct printer drivers to the client computer automatically. A Web designer can customize this Web page, for example, to display a floor plan that shows the location of print devices to which users can connect. There are two ways to connect to a printer using a Web browser:
If you do not know the printer s name, type http://print_server/printers. The Web page lists all the shared printers on the print server that you have permission to use. The page provides information about the printers, including printer name, status of print jobs, location, model, and any comments that were entered when the printer was installed. This information helps you select the correct printer for your needs. Click the printer that you want to use. If you know the printer s name, type http://print_server/printer_name. You provide the intranet path for a specific printer. You must have permission to use the printer.
Windows automatically copies the appropriate printer driver to your computer and the icon appears in Printers And Faxes. When you have connected to a shared printer from a Web browser, you can use the printer as if it were attached to your computer.
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