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4. You want to configure a logical printer so that large, low-priority documents will be printed overnight. Which of the following options will you configure in the printer s Properties dialog box a. Priority b. Available From / To c. Start Printing After Last Page Is Spooled d. Print Directly To The Printer e. Keep Printed Documents
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The Windows printer model supports the creative and flexible use of printers through logical printers. You can add one logical printer that sends jobs to multiple devices (a printer pool) or multiple logical printers that send jobs to one device, with each logical printer preconfigured with printer settings, print defaults, and permissions to support a particular type of printing task. Printers are published to Active Directory, making it easy for users to find and connect to printers. Windows Server 2003 supports printer location tracking, which further simplifies printer searches. It is even possible to administer and print to printers over the intranet or Internet using IPP.
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Once logical printers have been set up, configured, and shared on print servers, and once clients have been connected to those printers, you must begin to maintain and monitor those logical and physical printers. This lesson will give you guidance in the maintenance and troubleshooting of printers in a Windows Server 2003 environment. You will learn to support printer drivers, to redirect printers, to configure performance and utilization logs, and to methodically troubleshoot print errors.
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After this lesson, you will be able to
Manage printer drivers Redirect a printer Monitor printer performance Audit printer access Troubleshoot printer failures
Estimated lesson time: 20 minutes
Maintaining Printers
There are no regular maintenance tasks for the print service on a computer running Windows Server 2003. The maintenance tasks defined below are typically performed on a periodic, as-needed basis. Keep in mind that when managing printers, actions may affect an entire printer or all printers on the print server, not just individual print jobs.
Managing Printer Drivers
The first grouping of maintenance tasks relates to drivers on the print server. As mentioned earlier in the lesson, it is helpful to install drivers for all client platforms that will use a particular shared printer. Windows clients will download the driver automatically when they connect to the printer. Drivers for various platforms are installed by clicking Additional Drivers on the Sharing tab of a printer s Properties dialog box. To update drivers for a single logical printer, select the Advanced tab of the Properties dialog box and click New Driver. You will then be able to select additional drivers by indicating the manufacturer and model or by clicking Have Disk and providing the manufacturer s drivers. You can also manage drivers for the print server as a whole. In the Printers And Faxes folder, select Server Properties from the File menu and click the Drivers tab. Here you can add, remove, reinstall, or access the properties of each of the drivers on the print server. Changes made to these drivers will affect all printers on the server.
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If you want to list all of the files related to a particular printer driver, open the print server s Drivers tab select the driver, and click Properties. The names and descriptions of all the files that are part of the specific driver will appear. From this list, it is possible to view details regarding any of the files by selecting the file and then clicking Properties.
Redirecting Print Jobs
If a printer is malfunctioning, you can send documents in the queue for that printer to another printer connected to a local port on the computer or attached to the network. This is called redirecting print jobs. It allows users to continue sending jobs to the logical printer and prevents users with documents in the queue from having to resubmit the jobs. To redirect a printer, open the printer s Properties dialog box and click the Ports tab. Select an existing port or add a port. The check box of the port of the malfunctioning printer is immediately cleared unless printer pooling is enabled, in which case you must manually clear the check box. Because print jobs have already been prepared for the former printer, the printer on the new port must be compatible with the driver used in the logical printer. All print jobs are now redirected to the new port. You cannot redirect individual documents. In addition, any documents currently printing cannot be redirected.
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