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Moving iPrint from a cluster to a single server Netware 6.5

Have had a look around for some documentation on moving iprint/ndps from a
cluster to a single server but have not found anything other than TID 3006726.

It basically states that i load ndps on the new server, point it to the
ndps object, it will then ask me, "do i want to move the printer database
to the new server". Once i have done that i just load the ndpsm manager
with the /dnsname switch with the dns name. and hopefully everything should
work.

Can any one see a problem with this?

cheeers


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Re: Moving iPrint from a cluster to a single server Netware 6.5

Should be that easy. Remember to move your printer drivers as well, (the broker/rms that provides the drivers for the printers)

>>> <cordleztoaster@gmail.com> 11/1/2006 8:52 PM >>>

Have had a look around for some documentation on moving iprint/ndps from a
cluster to a single server but have not found anything other than TID 3006726.

It basically states that i load ndps on the new server, point it to the
ndps object, it will then ask me, "do i want to move the printer database
to the new server". Once i have done that i just load the ndpsm manager
with the /dnsname switch with the dns name. and hopefully everything should
work.

Can any one see a problem with this?

cheeers
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