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Old 10-27-2003, 02:17 AM   #1
mphreddy
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Unhappy Problem Connecting To Printer


HEY THIS IS MY FIRST QUESTION TO THIS GROUP ,
actually i have a problem to connect to the print server ( we use toshiba e 35 copier )
what are the steps to configure the printer on my network which is with multi O.S,

i can ping the print server bu the services are not avaliable,
what are the other options to configure the printer else than samba server ?


An idea would be a gr8 help on my part !!!!!
thanks in advance.

 
  


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