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Printer membership issues

I am having a wierd issue here. In the past, to let a user print to a
certain printer, all I had to do was create them a membership to that
specific printer through console one. I am doing everything the same as I
used to, but even with a membership to that specific printer I am unable to
get the printer so show up as a printable option. Any ideas?
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Re: Printer membership issues

I assume you are talking about NDPS Printers. The only way membership or
ACL rights come into play with iPrint printers is when they are enabled
secure.. Question?? "the printer so show up as a printable option" does
this mean when trying to install?? or is the printer installed and you go
to print, and don't see it in the available printers to choose from??

The spooler could have gotten shut down. From a command prompt on the
workstation (dos box) type "net start spooler". Does the spooler load
up?? OR does it say it is already loaded??



>>> On 6/6/2006 at 1:41 PM, in message

<kTkhg.5136$8_3.3878@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, <mgrippi@mbvz.com>
wrote:
> I am having a wierd issue here. In the past, to let a user print to a
> certain printer, all I had to do was create them a membership to that
> specific printer through console one. I am doing everything the same as
> I
> used to, but even with a membership to that specific printer I am unable
> to
> get the printer so show up as a printable option. Any ideas?

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