We use the following procedure....



1 STATIC IP



Give the workstation a static IP [ 10.10.16.xxx ]


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2 INSTALL MS TCP/IP PRINT SERVER SERVICE



WinXP install disk needed



Start/Control Panel/Add-Remove Programs/Add-Remove Windows
Components/Other Network Files and Print Services//Details/Print Services
for Unix



Check service is running.


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3 CONFIGURE LOCAL PRINTER



Install or check the existing installation in WinXP on workstation



Change the display name to one having NO SPACES and preferably short.

[ SOCIETY-EP700 ]


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4 CREATE THE NDPS PRINTER AGENT



NWADMIN

Navigate to tree location

Name the printer Agent [ SOCIETY-EP700-STAFF]

NDPS Print manager [ MyPrintmanager]

Printer type [ none ]

Port Handler [ Remote LPR on IP ]

IP address [ 10.10.16.xxx ]

Printer Name [ SOCIETY-EP700 ]

..

Driver selection


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5 TEST ON NETWORK WORKSTATION







"A. Madrid" <maretec@maretec.net> wrote in message
news:F_qte.1895$5l3.420@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
>
> The answer is "Yes" and I found it in TID 10060125. But this TID refers
> only to Windows 2000 Pro and Windows NT. Also, the TID mentions Window
> 95,
> 98 and Millenium.
>
> I wonder if it applies to Windows XP.
>
> Any has test this solution in Windows XP?
>
> A. Madrid
>
>
> "A. Madrid" <maretec@maretec.net> escribió en el mensaje
> news:62ote.1857$5l3.652@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
>> Can I use NDPS (or iPrint) to configure a printer attached to a

> workstation
>> in an IP only network?
>>
>> A. Madrid
>>
>>

>
>