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Old 11-19-2006, 09:17 AM   #1
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remove remote printers

First Post so excuse if not complete enough.
We are running Mandriva 2007 and everything was going well till my husband tried to run Photoshop CS using Wine. Imnage Ready will run but not Photoshop. He traced the problem to the connections to the printers controlled by my machine, same network different machine. He wants to remove the connections to the remote printers from his machine but we can't locate how. We can remove them from my machine but that's no good as I need to use them. Any suggestions would be welcome.
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