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Old 10-16-2003, 07:19 PM   #1
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Printing issues with cups/samba MDK9.2

I just setup a new server as a file/print server to a non-domain win2k network, the file/print seems to work fine, however the printing is having some very odd issues. For starters, it works mostly, but when I right click on any printer that I've added from the server (3 hp jet direct network printers shared from the samba/cups system) explorer crashes, on any computer in the network (roughly 10). When pulled up from //linuxserver/hp4550n it says access denied (but still works). Some pointers would be great, let me know if I should post smb.conf or anything else.


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