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Lesson 1
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Installing and Configuring Printers
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The Find Printers dialog box
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As an alternative to using the Add Printer Wizard, if you are using Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP with the default Start menu, perform the following steps to configure a print client: 1. Click Start, and then select Search. 2. In the Search Companion pane, click Other Search Options, and then click Printers, Computers, Or People. Click A Printer On The Network. 3. The Find Printers dialog box will be displayed, allowing you to search for the printer using various criteria. 4. After entering the desired criteria, click Find Now.
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Practice: Installing and Configuring a Printer
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In this practice, you will set up a logical printer on a print server and simulate connecting a client to the shared printer. You will then send a print job to the printer. You do not need to have a print device connected to Server01 or to the network, nor are you required to have a second computer to act as a print client. However, if you have access to these additional components, you are encouraged to implement the exercises using that extra hardware.
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Exercise 1: Add a Local Printer and Configure Print Sharing
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In this exercise, you use the Add Printer Wizard to add a logical printer to Server01. The printer will connect to a network-attached HP LaserJet 8100 that is connected to
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Printers
the network at IP address 10.0.0.51. You do not need an actual printer to complete this exercise. 1. Log on to Server01 as Administrator. 2. Open the Printers And Faxes folder. 3. Double-click Add Printer. The Add Printer Wizard appears. 4. Click Next. The Local Or Network Printer page appears. You are prompted for the location of the printer. Although the printer is attached to the network, the logical printer serving that printer is being added to Server01, so the printer is referred to as a local printer. 5. Verify that the Local Printer option is selected and that the Automatically Detect And Install My Plug And Play Printer check box is cleared (because you are configuring a printer for a fictional device), and then click Next. 6. The Select A Printer Port page appears. Click Create A New Port. 7. Select Standard TCP/IP Port from the Type Of Port drop-down list. The port types that will be available, other than local port, depend on the installed network protocols. In this case, TCP/IP is installed, so this protocol-based port is available. 8. Click Next. The Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard appears. 9. Click Next. 10. Enter the IP Address: 10.0.0.51 and accept the default port name, IP_10.0.0.51. 11. Click Next. Because a print device is not actually attached to the network at that address, there will be a delay while the Wizard attempts to locate and identify the printer. You will also be prompted to specify the type of network interface. 12. Select Hewlett Packard Jet Direct as the device type. 13. Click Next, and then click Finish. The Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard closes, returning you to the Add Printer Wizard. The Wizard prompts you for the printer manufacturer and model. You will add an HP LaserJet 8100 Series PCL printer.
The printers list is sorted in alphabetical order. If you cannot find a printer name, make sure that you are looking in the correct location.
Lesson 1
Installing and Configuring Printers
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14. From the Manufacturer list, click HP; from the Printers list, scroll down the list, click HP LaserJet 8100 Series PCL, and then click Next. The Name Your Printer page appears. The default name in the Printer Name field is the printer model, HP LaserJet 8100 Series PCL. The name you enter should conform to naming conventions in your enterprise. For this exercise, enter the name HPLJ8100. 15. Type HPLJ8100 and click Next. The Printer Sharing page appears, prompting you for printer-sharing information. The share name should also reflect naming conventions in your enterprise. As discussed earlier, the printer s UNC (that is, \\Servername\Printersharename) should not exceed 32 characters. 16. Verify that the Share Name option is selected. 17. In the Share Name text box, type HPLJ8100, and then click Next. The Location And Comment page appears.
Note The Add Printer Wizard displays the values you enter for the Location and Comment text boxes when a user searches Active Directory for a printer. Entering this information is optional, but doing so helps users locate the printer.
18. In the Location text box, type USA/NYC/1802Americas/42/B. 19. In the Comment text box, type Black and White Output Laser Printer-High Volume. 20. Click Next. The Print Test Page screen appears. A test page that prints successfully would confirm that your printer is set up properly. 21. Choose No (because the printer doesn t exist) and click Next. The Completing The Add Printer Wizard page appears and summarizes your installation choices. 22. Confirm the summary of your installation choices, and then click Finish. An icon for the printer appears in the Printers And Faxes window. Notice that Windows Server 2003 displays an open hand beneath the printer icon. This indicates the printer is shared. Also notice the check mark next to the printer, which indicates the printer is the default printer for the print server. 23. Keep the Printers And Faxes window open because you will need it to complete the next exercise.
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