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Best Printing Method

Hi,

I have a network composed prinmarily of Netware 6.5 servers. We still used
Queu based printing.

We have recently completed upgrading all our WS to Windows XP. Certain
limitations of Queue based printing are now cropping up and i need to drag
our printing into the 21st century.

What is the best method for providing print services these days? NDPS or
IPrint or something else?

And are there any TID's or other documents which will give me a good
overview of the installation process?

Thanks,

John.
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Re: Best Printing Method

iPrint is just the client for NDPS, so it's not an either/or, you should
use both.
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Re: Best Printing Method

Yes, I have been doing some reading and discovered that.

So NDPS is the latest and greatest printing methodology?

Thanks.

John
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Re: Best Printing Method

NDPS is the later of the two print options available on NW, yes, and
greater in the sense it has much more functionality.
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Re: Best Printing Method

Thanks Andrew.
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