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7 The wizard s final page shows your settings and also shows information (such as the adapter type) that confirms successful communication with the print device. Click Finish.
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If you ve already created a printer (if, for example, the print device was initially attached directly to a computer), you can change its port to use a network-interface device. In Printers And Faxes, open the printer s properties dialog box and click the Ports tab. Click Add Port, and in the Printer Ports dialog box that appears, select Standard TCP/IP Port and then click New Port. The Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard then opens, and you can proceed with step 5 in the preceding procedure.
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Unlike shared folders, which maintain separate share permissions and NTFS permissions, a single set of permissions controls access to printers, whether by local users or by network users. (Of course, only printers that have been shared are accessible to network users.) When you set up a printer, initially all users in the Everyone group have Print permission for documents they create, which provides users access to the printer and the ability to manage their own documents in the print queue. By default, members of the Administrators and Power Users groups also have Manage Printers and Manage Documents permission. Table 25-2 shows the basic permissions and associated privileges that Windows XP provides for printers.
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Table 25-2.
Basic Printer Permissions and Privileges
Privileges
Print documents Control properties of owned documents Pause, restart, and remove owned documents Share printer Change printer properties Remove printer Change printer permissions Pause and restart the printer Pause, restart, move, and remove all queued documents
Permission
Print
Manage Printers
Manage Documents
A user account that doesn t have any of these permissions can t connect to the printer, print to it locally, or view its queue. Note To set permissions on a printer, you must be using Windows XP Professional, and you must have Simple File Sharing disabled. If you have Manage Printers permission for a printer, you can change other users permissions for that printer. To do so, click the Security tab of the printer s properties dialog box and change permissions by clicking Allow or Deny (or neither) as necessary. To add another user or group to the list, click Add. After you type the names of users or groups you want in the Select Users Or Groups dialog box, return to the printer s properties dialog box. Then select each new user or group and assign permissions by clicking Allow, Deny, or neither. (If you select neither, permissions are determined by the user s group membership.)
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The Advanced tab of the printer s properties dialog box, shown in Figure 25-13, includes a number of options that are both intriguing and confusing. Making changes to these options requires Manage Printers permission.
Always Available and Available From
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To restrict the availability of the printer to certain times of day, choose Available From and specify the range of times. Print jobs that are sent outside of these hours are held in the queue until the appointed time. The Priority setting has a similar purpose: If you create multiple printers for a single print device, documents sent to the printer with the higher Priority setting print ahead of those sent to the other printers. You might want to create a high-priority printer that certain users have permission to use when they need to cut in line to get a document printed quickly. Or you might want to assign Print permission to the highpriority printer to one group of users, and permission to the lower-priority printer to another group of users with different (less urgent) needs.
Priority
Figure 25-13. The Advanced tab offers the ability to set the hours of operation for a printer, along with a number of unrelated options.
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