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iPrint without the client

I have 2 Vista machines on my network and want to allow users to print
from them. Since there is no iPrint client for Vista, is there a way to
allow the computers to print to the iPrint printer directly without using
the client?

Also, is there an ETA for a beta or something? It is hard to get new
computers now without having Vista pre-loaded....hopefully a printing
solution will be available soon.

- Eric
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Re: iPrint without the client

In article <RS_Kh.2424$XU6.2142@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, wrote:
> I have 2 Vista machines on my network and want to allow users to print
> from them. Since there is no iPrint client for Vista, is there a way to
> allow the computers to print to the iPrint printer directly without using
> the client?
>

You can often use tcpip printing to the IP address of the printer itself.
Give that a try.

Craig Johnson
Novell Support Connection SysOp

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Re: iPrint without the client

Thanks. I will enable that on my printers.

> In article <RS_Kh.2424$XU6.2142@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, wrote:
> > I have 2 Vista machines on my network and want to allow users to

print
> > from them. Since there is no iPrint client for Vista, is there a way

to
> > allow the computers to print to the iPrint printer directly without

using
> > the client?
> >

> You can often use tcpip printing to the IP address of the printer

itself.
> Give that a try.
>
> Craig Johnson
> Novell Support Connection SysOp
>


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