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Remember that a printer pool is a single logical printer serving multiple ports, and all other variations on the standard print client print server printer structure are achieved by creating multiple logical printers serving a single port.
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The print subsystem of Windows Server 2003 is tightly integrated with Active Directory, making it easy for users and administrators to search for and connect to printers throughout an enterprise. All required interaction between printers and Active Directory is configured, by default, to work without administrative intervention. You need to make changes only if the default behavior is not acceptable.
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When a logical printer is added to a Windows Server 2003 print server, the printer is automatically published to Active Directory. The print server creates a printQueue object and populates its properties based on the driver and settings of the logical printer.
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Off the Record The printer objects are not easy to find in Active Directory Users and Computers. You must use the Find Objects In Active Directory button on the MMC toolbar or select View Users, Groups, And Computers As Containers from the View menu, at which point printer objects will become visible inside the print server. The printer is placed in the print server s computer object in the Active Directory service. The object can be moved to any OU.
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When any change occurs in the printer s configuration, the Active Directory printer object is updated. All the configuration information is sent again to the Active Directory store even if some of it has remained unchanged.
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Creation and updating of printer objects happens relatively quickly, but objects and attributes must be replicated before they affect the results of a Find Printers operation from a client. Replication latency depends on the size of your enterprise and your replication topology.
If a print server disappears from the network, its printer object is removed from Active Directory. The printer Pruner service confirms the existence of shared printers represented in Active Directory by contacting the shared printer every eight hours. A printer object will be pruned if the service is unable to contact the printer two times in a row. This might occur if a print server is taken offline. It will happen regularly if printers are shared on Windows 2000 or Windows XP workstations that are shut off overnight or on weekends. However, a print server will re-create the printer objects for its printers when the machine starts or when the spooler service is restarted. So, again, administrative intervention is not required.
Publishing Windows Printers
Printers that are added by using the Add Printer Wizard are published by default. The Add Printer Wizard does not allow you to prevent the printer from being published to the Active Directory service when you install or add a printer. If you want to re-publish a printer (for example, after updating its name or other properties), or if you do not want a shared printer published in Active Directory, open the printer s Properties dialog box, click the Sharing tab, and select or clear the List In The Directory check box.
Lesson 2
Advanced Printer Configuration and Management
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Note
A printer connected to a local port is likely to be detected and installed automatically by Plug And Play. In this case, you must share and publish the printer manually using the Sharing tab.
Logical printers that are shared on computers running Windows NT 4 or Windows NT 3.51 are not published automatically but can be manually published using the Active Directory Users And Computers MMC. Simply right-click the OU or other container in which you want to create the printer and choose New Printer.
Planning
You should add only printer objects that map to printers on pre Windows 2000 computers. Do not add printer objects for printers on computers running Windows 2000 or later; allow those printers to publish themselves automatically.
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