Lesson 1: Managing Printers
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3. You share a printer, MyPrinter, from a computer named MyServer. MyServer runs Windows Server 2008 and has the Internet Printing role service installed. You need to configure a client computer to print to the shared printer from behind a firewall that allows only Web connections. When configuring the client, what path to the printer should you provide A. http://MyServer/Printers/MyPrinter/.printer B. http://MyServer/MyPrinter C. \\MyServer\Printers\MyPrinter\.printer D. \\MyServer\MyPrinter 4. You would like to be notified by e-mail when a specific printer runs out of paper or has a paper jam. How can you do this A. Configure a notification from the driver properties. B. Use the PrintBRM tool to configure an e-mail notification. C. Configure a notification from the printer properties. D. Create a custom filter.
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Review the chapter summary. Review the list of key terms introduced in this chapter. Complete the case scenarios. These scenarios set up real-world situations involving the topics of this chapter and ask you to create a solution. Complete the suggested practices. Take a practice test.
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To install, share, and manage printers connected to a Windows Server 2008 computer, install the Print Services server role. This adds the Print Management snap-in to the Server Manager console. You can also manage printers from Control Panel or by using command-line tools.
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In the following case scenario, you will apply what you ve learned about how to plan and deploy printer sharing. You can find answers to these questions in the Answers section at the end of this book.
Case Scenario: Managing Network Printers
You are a systems administrator for Northwind Traders, a medium-sized organization with approximately 200 employees in a single facility. The employees share about 20 printers. Most of the printers are for general use by any employee, but each of the five executives has an office printer that should be accessible only to the executive and the executive s assistant.
Currently, client computers print directly to the network printers, but managing the printers has been a challenge. If a printer jams or runs out of paper, nobody is notified and users often simply choose to print to a different printer rather than solve the problem. Another challenge is that the Marketing department often creates large print jobs of more than 100 pages, requiring other users to wait until the print job completes to retrieve their documents. Several executives have complained that other employees print to their private printers because the printers show up when users search the network for a printer. Your manager calls you into her office to discuss possible solutions to these problems. Answer the following questions for your manager: 1. How can we centralize management of the network printers 2. How can we notify an administrator if a printer runs out of paper or is jammed 3. How can you control access to private printers 4. How can you reduce the impact of large print jobs
To successfully master the Configuring File and Print Services exam objective, complete the following tasks.
Configure and Monitor Print Services
For this task, you should complete Practices 1, 2, and 3. Although clusters will probably not be covered on your exam, you can complete Practice 4 to gain experience creating highly available print servers.
Practice 1 Install Windows Server 2008 Server Core and use command-line tools to configure the server as a print server and share a printer. Practice 2 If you have multiple printers that use the same driver (or two printers that are the same model), configure them as a printer pool. Then, print several documents of different lengths in rapid succession and examine how Windows Server 2008 distributes the print jobs. Practice 3 Install and share a printer. Then, use Performance Monitor to monitor usage of the printer. Submit several print jobs to the printer. Practice 4 If you have the hardware available, configure a print server failover cluster to provide redundancy if a print server fails. For detailed instructions, read Step-byStep Guide for Configuring a Two-Node Print Server Failover Cluster in Windows Server 2008 at http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver2008/en/library/71b0e978d1ff-47a2-b4bd-1f4d19280dbe1033.mspx.