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Old March 12th, 2009, 01:22 PM   #1
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How can I network a printer so it goes directly to a workstation (used as a server) but can be used by all other workstations (which are already networked to the "server"). I am replacing an older printer that is already hooked up that way but I'm not the one who networked them. All stations are XP pro.

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Install the printer on that workstation, and share it. Then connect to the shared printer via the other PC's... I can swing by after work if you need a hand
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