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Mixing 32 bit and 64 bit Print Server Architectures

Over the last few years 64 bit operating systems have become the de facto standard for new servers and workstations being implemented in most network environments. We especially see this in cases of Microsoft

Mac OS X Printing via the Windows Print Server

How does the competent Windows IT professional open up their print server to their Mac clients?

Linux printing via the Windows Print Server

There are a number of ways to allow Linux clients the ability to print through your printer, however sometimes the best and most workable method is not clear. This article is designed to provide an overview of the options available when printing from</

Using LPD Print Server to Allow Workgroup Printing

In some situations you will need to share your printers hosted within a Microsoft Active Directory domain with users that are not members of the domain. Sometimes this creates a variety of permissions issues from Windows and Mac systems that are not</

Sharing a Printer in the Windows Workgroup Environment

Sharing a Printer in the Windows Workgroup