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Part 6: Managing Windows Server 2003 Networking and Print Services
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When a print server runs Windows Server 2003, print drivers can be installed and updated automatically on clients as discussed in the section entitled Understanding Windows Server 2003 Print Services earlier in this chapter. A client downloads print drivers the first time it accesses a printer and any time the print drivers have been updated. Note The drivers that are available for a printer depend on when the printer was installed and whether the system was upgraded from Windows NT 4. If the system was upgraded from Windows NT 4 and the printer was installed prior to the upgrade, level 2 kernel-mode drivers are installed and available to clients. Otherwise, a printer should have level 3 usermode drivers installed and available to clients. Level 2 print drivers are needed to support Windows NT 4 clients. Level 3 print drivers are needed to support Windows 2000 or later clients. By default, printers installed on a Windows Server 2003 network support only Windows NT 4 or later with kernel-mode drivers or Windows 2000 or later with user-mode drivers. Four types of drivers can be made available to clients for automatic download:
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You confirm and configure print driver availability on a per-printer basis by following these steps:
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1 In Control Panel, access Printers And Faxes, then right-click the printer you want to work with, and then select Properties. 2 In the Properties dialog box, select the Sharing tab, and then click Additional Drivers. This displays the Additional Drivers dialog box, as shown in Figure 29-33. 3 Select the option for any client drivers to be installed, and then click OK. 4 To install additional print drivers for clients, you need access to the installation files for the appropriate driver version either on the network or on CD.
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Figure 29-33. Select the additional operating systems that should be supported.
Once you ve installed the print drivers for clients, clients will download them when they first connect to the print server. If you update the drivers, all clients except those running Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Me will get the updated drivers automatically. Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Me clients do not automatically check for updated drivers and must be updated manually.
Configuring Printer Sharing and Publishing
When you set up a printer, you are given the chance to share it. If you share a printer, it is published in Active Directory automatically. Published printers can be searched for by users in a variety of ways, including when a user is attempting to connect to a network printer using the Add Printer Wizard. You can check or change the printer sharing and publishing options using the Sharing tab of the printer s Properties dialog box. In the Printers And Faxes window, right-click the printer, and then select Properties. In the Sharing tab, you have the following options, as shown in Figure 29-34:
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Selecting this option stops printer sharing and makes the printer available only as a local printer to users who log on to the computer. Selecting this option shares the printer so that it is accessible to users as discussed in the section entitled Connecting Users to Shared Printers earlier in this chapter. For a shared printer, selecting this option lists the printer in Active Directory, and clearing the option removes the listing from Active Directory.
List In The Directory
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Figure 29-34. Configure sharing settings.
Optimizing Printing Through Queues and Pooling
A printer queue is a logical print device. You can have one logical print device associated with a printer, or you can have multiple logical print devices associated with a printer. It is the latter option that gives you more flexibility and can help improve printing in general, especially if you create different logical print devices for different purposes and educate users how they should be used. With multiple logical print devices, you can use print queue priority and scheduling settings to control how and when a logical print device is used.
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