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i have a number of printers that do not work through standard TCPip port on my Windows 2003 server, but some dont, if i connect them through LPR port they work but problem i am having is that each time my server is restarted or the network goes down i loose the LPR IP settings and i have to redo...
How to add a hold queue and a print queue in XP. I've done this by configuring the LPR port in the port properties of the print queue. But for some strange reason I can't remember the stesps now.