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Old 05-13-2011, 02:03 AM   #1
sharjeel
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Smile Windows Printer via SAMBA + Password complexity problem


Hi,
I am sharing windows printer on linux machine using samba share (Windows Printer via SAMBA).
All steps (user authenticating from AD, finding printer model etc) go fine.
But at end printer is ubable to intstall due to special characters in password.
Any help....
 
  


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