My printer’s host is changed, what do I do?

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Pls, help! There is a printer thats shared among 10 systems in my office. All the 10 computers used this printer perfectly. Recently however, I changed the hard disk of the computer connected directly to the printer(host). The host now can use the printer perfectly, but the other computers coudn't. Pls, someone help me out there, how can I make all the computers to see the printer again? Thank you very much indeed.
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What OS are you using? Did you share the printer with permisions for the everyone group?

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  • Wmorrison
    I am assuming that since you changed the Hard Disk that you reinstalled the OS and all printer drivers. Like the previous reply mentioned, just make sure you shared the printer. WM
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  • Spectratec
    Assumming you have shared the printer again on the directly connected host you will probably have to delete the printer on each machine that it was shared to and add it back even tho it might have the same name.
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