Make a cheaper product (excuse me less-expensive) that doesn’t have a processor and relies on your computer power and operating system to get its job done. That said – they are ‘Windows’ printers – NOT DOS [Disk Operating Service]. If the AS400 routines use the standard Windows APIs i.e hand off to ‘Spooler’ for processing they should work fine. If they don’t it is usually a program that is trying to print directly to the printer and NOT use Windows. Try capturing the port the printer is connected to. That works sometimes.
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