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apr67 Absent Member.
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Apache / iPrint Maps question.

I want to setup iprint maps on our oes 2 linux server.

Once I get the maps in the right folder I want a help desk type person to be able to move the printers around, add and remove them, etc.

It seems to do this I would need either need to publish the directory's that maptool is in and keep the maps and such in that same structure, or do something I fully admit I don't understand.

Right now do build or modify a map, I have to save it to my PC and the winscp it up to the server, I guess the other option would be pushing the drive via OES Netware and letting the help desk person map to that location?
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Apache / iPrint Maps question.

I am looking for a better way as well - i migrated my iprint system to linux... Its not really elegant but I copy the iprint maps etc to a usb drive, then modify them with windows using the maptool and then copy them back to the linux server. I know there is a better way but I just havne't had time to research it.
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: Apache / iPrint Maps question.

On Wed, 27 Jan 2010 16:26:02 +0000, apr67 wrote:

> Right now do build or modify a map, I have to save it to my PC and the
> winscp it up to the server, I guess the other option would be pushing
> the drive via OES Netware and letting the help desk person map to that
> location?


Yes, create an NCP volume of that directory and give appropriate
permissions to the volume.



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Joe Marton
Novell Knowledge Partner

Joe Marton Emeritus Knowledge Partner
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