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In Windows Server 2008 and earlier versions, the following permissions are assigned by default when a new printer is added to the Print Management console:
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Administrator has Print, Manage Printers, and Manage Documents permissions . Creator Owner has Manage Documents permission . Everyone has Print permission .
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If an administrator wants to modify these permissions for all printers on a print server running on one of these platforms, he needs to open the properties for each printer individually and make the necessary changes on the Security tab of each printer s properties sheet . This can be inconvenient if the administrator needs to modify printer permissions to comply with corporate security policy .
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CHapTER 18 Managing Printing
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New in Windows Server 2008 R2 is the capability of modifying the default security settings for all printers installed on a print server . This can be configured by using the new Security tab on the properties sheet for a print server (as shown in Figure 18-3) . Any changes made to these default security settings will then be inherited automatically by any new printers added to the print server . Changes to these default security settings do not modify the permissions for any existing printers on the print server .
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FIgURE 18-3 Configuring default security settings for new printers created on a print server
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You can modify a print server s default security settings by using Print Management running on Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 . You can also take or assign ownership of a print server by clicking Advanced and selecting the Owner tab of the Advanced Security Settings dialog box .
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a user must have View Server permission to view printer settings on a print server.
a user must have Manage Server permission to add or delete printers, drivers, ports, and forms on printers or to modify settings on a print server.
Understanding the Print Management Console CHapTER 18
adding printers Using the Network printer Installation Wizard
To add printers using the Network Printer Installation Wizard, follow these steps:
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Add at least one print server to the list of managed print servers . Right-click a print server and select Add Printer to start the Network Printer Installation Wizard .
Do one of the following:
To scan the local subnet for TCP/IP or WSD network printers automatically, select Search The Network For Printers and then click Next . As the scan progresses, Windows will display a list of available network printers and will install them automatically on the selected print server . (You might be required to specify a driver for a printer manually if Windows cannot find one automatically .) To add a specific TCP/IP or WSD network printer to the list of printers managed by the print server manually, select Add A TCP/IP Or Web Services Printer By IP Address Or Hostname, specify the name or IP address of the printer, and then click Next . To add a new printer using an existing port, which can be either a local port (LTP or COM) or a previously added TCP/IP port, select Add A New Printer Using An Existing Port, click Next, and either install the printer driver automatically selected by the wizard, select an existing driver, or install a new driver either from the CD media included with the driver or by using Windows Update . To create a new local port and install a printer on it, select Create A New Port And Add A New Printer, click Next, specify a name for the new port, and then either install the printer driver automatically selected by the wizard, select an existing driver, or install a new driver .
CHapTER 18 Managing Printing
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The option for automatically detecting printers on the local subnet using Search
The Network For printers cannot work across a firewall. If you want to use this feature to detect printers for another location, such as a remote subnet at a branch office location that is located behind a firewall, use Remote Desktop to connect to a Windows Server 2003 R2 or later computer at the remote location, start print Management, and then select Search The Network For printers as described previously.
In addition to the new Network Printer Installation Wizard, the end-user Add Printer Wizard is still present in Windows 7 and has been enhanced to allow users to add local, network, wireless, and Bluetooth printers and also to search Windows Update for printer drivers when needed . For more information on this topic, see the section titled Client-Side Management of Printers later in this chapter . HoW it WoRKS
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