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Use an Intel Netport as an LPR printer Network
I found some info on the Intel web site under the Windows 2000 / NT LPR configuration, but it worked for two iMacs at my wife's school.

Add a new IP Printer and type in the IP address of the Netport but make sure you remove the checkbox from the "Use default queue on server" and type in one of the following:
LPT1_PASSTHRU
LPT2_PASSTHRU
COM1_PASSTHRU
Your choice, of course, depends on the port that your printer is attached to. I "believe" this would also work on a single port Netport but I can't confirm that.
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Authored by: Power Factor on Nov 20, '02 07:39:03PM

This works on the single and multi port models, even on the older NetportExpress.

Note : I found that the queue should be in lower case.



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