Dear Sir,

After install the "Print server", what is the next step to install My
HP
4050 laserJet printer on Novell server.

The first step you work me through :

Install a Print Server
>
> The following steps explain how to install a print server that can
> service queues on up to eight file servers.
>
> 1.Create print queues.
>
> 1a.Log in as SUPERVISOR.
>
> 1b.From PCONSOLE, select "Print Queue Information."
>
> 1c.Press <Insert>, type the queue name, and then press <Enter>.
>
> Repeat Step 1b for each print queue you want to create. We suggest

you
> create one print queue for each printer to simplify your printing
> environment.
>
> 1d.Assign queue operators and users (optional).
>
> The system automatically assigns SUPERVISOR as print queue operator

and
> EVERYONE as print queue users. To assign different print queue
> operators and users, press <Enter> to access the "Print Queue
> Information" menu.
>
> Assign queue operators. Select "Queue Operators" and press

<Insert>.
> Select the user or group you want to assign as a queue operator.
>
> Assign queue users. Select "Queue Users" and press <Insert>.

Select
> the user you want to assign as a queue user.
>
> 1e.Press <Escape> to return to the "Print Queue Information" menu.>
> 1f.Press <Escape> as needed to return to the "Available Options"

menu.
>
> 2.Create print server.
>
> 2a.Select "Print Server Information" from the "Available Options"

menu.
>
> 2b.Press <Insert>, type the name of the print server, and then

press
> <Enter>.
>
> 2c.Select the appropriate print server.
>
> The "Print Server Information" menu appears.
>
> 2d.(Optional) Assign print server password and print server

operators
> and users.
>
> Although a password is not required, we suggest you assign one for
> security reasons.
>
> The system automatically assigns SUPERVISOR as print server operator


> and EVERYONE as print server users.
>
> To assign a print server password and different operators and users,


> press <Enter> to access the "Print Server Information" menu.
>
> Assign a password. Select "Change Password." Type the new password

and
> press <Enter>. Retype the password and press <Enter>.
>
> Assign print server operators. Select "Print Server Operators" and
> press <Insert>. Select the user or group you want to assign as a

print
> server operator.
>
> Assign print server users. Select "Print Server Users" and press
> <Insert>. Select the user you want to assign as a print server user.


>
> 3.(Optional) Specify which additional file servers the print server> will service.
>
> If you will service queues on only one file server, skip to Step 4.


>
> 3a.Select "Print Server Configuration" from the "Print Server
> Information" menu.
>
> 3b.Select "File Servers to Be Serviced."
>
> Your default file server appears on the screen and cannot be

deleted.
>
> 3c.Press <Insert>.
>
> The list of available file servers appears. You can select up to

seven
> additional file servers that contain queues you want the print

server
> to service.
>
> IMPORTANT: If you choose to service queues on multiple file servers,


> you must complete "Set Up Printing on Additional File Servers" on

page
> 25 after you have finished setting up the print server on the

current
> server.
>
> 3d.Press <Escape> to return to the "Print Server Configuration"

menu.
>
> Skip to Step 4b to continue.
>
> 4.Define printers.
>
> 4a.Select "Print Server Configuration" from the "Print Server
> Information" menu.
>
> 4b.Select "Printer Configuration."
>
> 4c.Select the printer number you want to define. Then complete the
> "Printer # Configuration" form.
>
> Name. Enter the descriptive name of the printer.
>
> Type. Select the appropriate type of printer from the following

options:
>
> Parallel, LPT: or Serial, COM:. Use this option if you are attaching


> the printers directly to the file server or dedicated workstation

print
> server. Specify the LPT: or COM: port you use.
>
> Remote Parallel, LPT: or Remote Serial, COM:. Use this option if you


> are attaching the printer to a network workstation. Specify the LPT:

or
> COM: port you use.
>
> Remote Other/Unknown. Use this option to provide the print server
> information about the printer when you run RPRINTER. This allows you

to
> set up a printing slot for a remote printer without specifying which


> port the printer is attached to.
>
> Defined elsewhere. Use this option when you are setting up printing

for
> additional file servers. "Set Up Printing on Additional File

Servers"
> on page 25 for more information.
>
> After you select the printer type, the default settings for the

other
> options are filled in automatically. If you need to change the

default
> settings, see "Printer Configuration Parameters" on page 103 for a
> complete description of each item.
>
> 4d.Press <Escape> and save the changes.
>
> 4e.Press <Escape> to return to the "Print Server Configuration

Menu."
>
> 4f.(Optional) Set up user notification.
>
> If you want a user to be notified in case the printer needs service,


> select "Notify List for Printer." Select the appropriate printer and


> press <Insert>. Select the user, and type in the number of seconds
> before the user is notified the first and subsequent times. Press
> <Escape> and save your changes.
>
> Repeat Steps 4b through 4f for each printer you want to define.
>
> 5.Assign queues to the printers.
>
> When you assign queues to the printers you have defined, you

authorize
> the print server to service these queues.
>
> 5a.Select "Queues Serviced by Printer" from the "Print Server
> Configuration Menu."
>
> 5b.Select the appropriate printer.
>
> 5c.Press <Insert>.
>
> The "Available Queues" window appears.
>
> 5d.Select the queue that this printer will service and enter a

number
> from 1 to 10 to indicate the priority level of the queue. Press
> <Enter>.
>
> Repeat Steps 5c and 5d to assign additional queues to this printer.


>
> Repeat Steps 5a through 5d for each printer you have defined.
>
> 5e.Press <Escape> to exit PCONSOLE.



Thanks a lot!

Danny Feng