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Installing IPrint on Netware 6.5

I admit to being confused on which media to use to install Iprint on an exiting Netware 6.5 sp8 server. I know I need to use Startx and then put the media in drive.

I had an existing call with novell and asked. I was told to use the "Prod". When I tried the "Prod" CD, I was asked what server pattern to pick. I clicked IPrint, then the install asked what port to use for LDAP. This seemed wrong to me, so I stopped.

I know I should NOT use the overlay. Should I use the DVD?

Please advise what is the correct media. the server is 1 thousand miles away, so I can not mess it up.

Phil J
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