I have a user with an application that requires queue-based printing to
print labels on a dot-matrix printer (remember those?). Until recently,
they did this with the standard print server+printer+queue setup, but it
recently quit working. As far as we can tell, the print server is
attempting to attach to a server that lacks IPX ... or something.

Rather than continue to flog that dead horse, I set up an NDPS printer
to service the queue. This works... sort of. The problem now is that
it's not form feeding properly, causing the labels to gradually get out
of whack. I don't see a way to change that within the NDPS
configuration. Does anyone have any ideas for things to check?