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iPrint to local server port

Hi, is it possible to configure iPrint of Netware 6.5 to print to the local
server printer port (LPT1)? Can't seem to find this in iManager or the
manual.

TIA

SS


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Re: iPrint to local server port

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Re: iPrint to local server port

There's no way to do that via iManager, but if you use NWAdmin to
create the printer you can set the connection type to LPT1-3.

I don't know how iPrint will work with that, however. I've never tried
it.

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-Barry. [Novell Support Forums SysOp]

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