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Old 04-07-2006, 11:54 AM   #1
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Linux Print Server Help (Samba)

I'm trying to build a print server using Samba on Redhat ES 4. The Windows XP clients that will be connecting to the server all have users configured as Power Users. The problem is that although it appear that I have the printers correctly shared under Samba, when I attempt to connect to the printers Windows warns me that a script will be ran from the server to install drivers and then an error pops up saying that I do not have sufficient privaleges.

Is it possible to install printers from a Samba print server as a Power User? Having the server provide the driver would be nice, but it is not necessary. What is more important right now is that I can connect and map to the printers as a Power User.
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