I have finally gotten around to looking at iPrint, & wanted to check
out the
client recommendations, & feel like i am in a wayback machine
http://www.novell.com/documentation/...a/acljs32.html


no support for netscape 6x/7x or anything else beget from mozilla? I
thought
Novell wanted to be "cross platform" (oneNet? huh?) not "windows
only", the
least they could do is not completely support microsoft by basically
only
supporting IE (not many people actually use ns4x anymore). Sure, given
IE is
the majority at this point in time, but why write something that is
bound
only to IE & ignores everything else...

So i decided to venture over to the nw65 documentation area, in hopes
that
it wouldnt look like something written 3+ years ago, & i was let downagain -
http://www.novell.com/documentation/...a/am7vc8z.html

same thing....

btw, i would at least think the iPrint client would be able to elevate
user
rights only the local workstation just adding a printer for those
non-admins
in order to install an iPrint object.
Also, where is the documentation on integrating non-windows clients
with
this? Id think it would be on the documentation site, since Novell
tries to
present themselves as crossplatform, show me that you are.

perhaps there are work arounds or things that can be done, but with a
1st
look at it through this documentation, iPrint seems pretty weak. I
mean
there are people happy with iPrint so something about it must be good,
but
it sure looks like there is a lot to be desired from my point of view.



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