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Vista and native ipp (in the absence of the iPrint client)

In XP you can add a secure iPrint printer without the iPrint client in
'add a printer' like this -

[url]https://[server[/url] ipaddress]/ipps/[printer name]

XP would bring up a authentication box for your eDir credentials and
provided you install the right driver all works fine.

How do you achieve this in Vista? I have had no luck getting secure ipp
printers to work natively. The print system does not seem to work in the
same way.

Charles
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Re: Vista and native ipp (in the absence of the iPrint client)

XP natively had an MS ipp Client. Sounds like that is missing in Vista. Will check with developement..


>>> Charles Short<cems2@cam.ac.uk> 2/14/2007 7:35 AM >>>

In XP you can add a secure iPrint printer without the iPrint client in
'add a printer' like this -

[url]https://[server[/url] ipaddress]/ipps/[printer name]

XP would bring up a authentication box for your eDir credentials and
provided you install the right driver all works fine.

How do you achieve this in Vista? I have had no luck getting secure ipp
printers to work natively. The print system does not seem to work in the
same way.

Charles
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