Exercise 1: Configure Printer Pooling in .NET framework

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Exercise 1: Configure Printer Pooling
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1. From the Printers And Faxes window, create a new printer. If you need guidance for how to create a printer, follow the steps in Lesson 1, Exercise 1. The printer should direct to the network address 10.0.0.52 (a new port). Configure the printer as an HP LaserJet 8100 Series PCL, and use PrinterPool as the printer name and the share name. All other properties, including location and comment, are the same as in Lesson 1, Exercise 1. 2. Open the properties of PrinterPool.
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3. Click the Ports tab. 4. Select the Enable Printer Pooling check box, and then click the check box next to the port IP_10.0.0.51. 5. Click Apply. Both network ports are now selected. Will users sending print jobs to HPLJ8100 benefit from printer pooling
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No. Printer pooling was configured for the shared printer named PrinterPool. Print jobs sent to PrinterPool can print to the printers at 10.0.0.51 and 10.0.0.52. Print jobs sent to HPLJ8100 can print only to the printer at 10.0.0.51.
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Exercise 2: Configure Multiple Logical Printers for a Single Printer
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1. From the Printers And Faxes window, create a new printer. If you need guidance for how to create a printer, follow the steps in Lesson 1, Exercise 1. The printer should direct to the network IP address 10.0.0.52 (note the port already exists). Configure the printer as an HP LaserJet 8100 Series PCL, and use PriorityPrinter as the printer name and the share name. All other properties, including location and comment, are the same as in Lesson 1, Exercise 1. 2. Open the properties of PriorityPrinter. 3. Click the Advanced tab. 4. Set the Priority to 99 (highest).
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Exercise 3: Examine Active Directory Printer Objects
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1. Open Active Directory Users And Computers. 2. From the View menu, select Users, Groups, And Computers As Containers. 3. Expand the Domain Controllers OU. Note that Server01 appears as a subcontainer. 4. Select Server01 in the tree. The printer objects appear in the details pane. If objects do not appear for the printers you created in Exercises 1 and 2, wait a few minutes. The print server may take a moment to publish its printers to Active Directory. You may need to press F5 (refresh) to see the printer objects once they are published. 5. Open the properties of the PriorityPrinter object. Note the differences between the properties that are published to Active Directory and the properties that you would see for the printer in the Printers And Faxes folder. Active Directory maintains a more limited number of properties the prop erties that are most likely to be used in a search for a printer. Note also that chang ing a property in Active Directory does not change the property of the printer; but changing a property of the printer will, eventually, update the corresponding property in the Active Directory printer object.
Lesson 2
Advanced Printer Configuration and Management
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Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. You re administering a Windows Server 2003 computer configured as a print server. Users in the Marketing group complain that they cannot print documents using a printer on the server. You view the permissions in the printer s properties. The Marketing group is allowed Manage Documents permission. Why can t the users print to the printer a. The Everyone group must be granted the Manage Documents permission. b. The Administrators group must be granted the Manage Printers permission. c. The Marketing group must be granted the Print permission. d. The Marketing group must be granted the Manage Printers permission. 2. You re setting up a printer pool on a Windows Server 2003 computer. The printer pool contains three print devices, all identical. You open the properties for the printer and select the Enable Printer Pooling option on the Ports tab. What must you do next a. Configure the LPT1 port to support three printers. b. Select or create the ports mapped to the three printers. c. On the Device Settings tab, configure the installable options to support two additional print devices. d. On the Advanced tab, configure the priority for each print device so that printing is distributed among the three print devices. 3. You re the administrator of the Windows Server 2003 computer that is configured as a print server, and you want to administer the print services from a Web browser on a client computer. The server is named Mktg1, but you don t know the share name of the printer. Which URL should you use to connect to the printer a. http://mktg1/printers b. http://printers/mktg1 c. http://windows/web/printers d. http://windows/mktg1
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