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For Windows 2000 or later, connecting to a printer on a print server is much easier. Users can use any of the following techniques to install a printer:
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Click Start, and then click Run. In the Run dialog box, shown in the following screen, type the Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path to the printer share, and click OK. That s it. The syntax for UNC paths to printer shares is \\ServerName\PrintShareName, where ServerName is the name or IP address of the print server and PrintShareName is the name of the printer share, such as \\CorpSvr02\ EngMain.
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In Windows Explorer, expand Control Panel so that the Printers And Faxes entry is visible, and then navigate My Network Places to the print server, as shown in the following screen. With the print server selected in the left pane under My Network Places, select the printer and drag it to the Printers And Faxes folder.
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Add Printer Wizard
In the Printers And Faxes folder, select or double-click Add Printer to start the Add Printer Wizard. Afterward, as shown in the following screen, select A Network Printer, and then click Next.
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In the Specify A Printer dialog box, choose a method for finding the network printer as follows:
Choose Find A Printer In The Directory if you want to search Active Directory for the
printer.
Choose Connect To This Printer, and type the printer name or browse the network for
shared printers just as you d browse in My Network Places.
Choose Connect To A Printer On The Internet if you want to enter the Uniform
Resource Locator (URL) of an Internet printer. When the printer is selected, click OK. Select whether the printer is the default used by Windows applications by selecting Yes or No and then clicking Next. Choose Finish to complete the operation.
Connecting to Shared Printers Using the Command Line and Scripts
With any Windows operating system, you can connect users to shared printers using the command line and scripts. In a logon script that uses batch scripting or at the command line, you can use the NET USE command to connect to a network printer. Consider the following example:
net use \\corpsvr02\engmain /persistent:yes
Here, you use the NET USE command to add a persistent connection to the EngMain printer on CORPSVR02. That s all there is to it. You could also use Microsoft VBScript in a logon script to set a printer connection. With VBScript, you must initialize the variables and objects you plan to use and then call the AddWindowsPrinterConnection method of the Network object to add the printer connection. If desired, you can also use the SetDefaultPrinter method of the Network object to set the printer as the default for the user. After you are done using variables and objects, it is good form to free the memory they use by setting them to vbEmpty. Consider the following example:
Option Explicit Dim wNetwork, printerPath Set wNetwork = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Network") printerPath = "\\corpsvr02\engmain" wNetwork.AddWindowsPrinterConnection printerPath wNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter printerPath Set wNetwork = vbEmpty Set printerPath = vbEmpty
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Installing and Maintaining Print Services Here, you use the AddWindowsPrinterConnection method to add a connection to the EngMain printer on CORPSVR02. You then use the SetDefaultPrinter method to set the printer as the default for the user. Note
In Windows 95 and Windows 98, the AddWindowsPrinterConnection method expects to be passed the name of the printer as a second parameter.
Managing Printer Permissions
By default, everyone with access to the network can print to a shared printer. This means any user with a domain account or any user logged on as a guest can print to any available printer. Because this isn t always what is wanted, you might want to consider whether you need to restrict access to a printer. Restricting access to printers ensures that only those users with appropriate permissions can use a printer. With specialty printers, such as those used for color or large-format printing, you ll find that restricting access to specific groups or individuals makes the most sense. But you might also want to restrict access to other types of printers as well. For example, you might not want everyone with network access to be able to print. Instead, you might want only users with valid domain accounts to be able to print. While you are configuring printer security, you might also want to configure printer auditing to track who is using printers and what they are doing.
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