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How to upgrade iPrint client?

Logging into my iPrint server from a Mac client (http://server/ipp) I am given the option to click the link to install the iprint client so I can install the printers. The iPrint client that is offered is version 4.27. How do I upgrade the client that is being offered to the users to 4.36? NW 6.5 SP7 with iprntw65sp7a installed.

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This may help you.

Novell Documentation

There is a section on there about how to get the client to upgrade automatically. It should work the same for the Mac client as it downloads it from the same place on the server.

Dave
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Simply replace the old client in the IPP directory of your server with
the newer one.
http://www.novell.com/documentation/oes/iprint_lx/data/boeyh9p.html#bv3uug2
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