A client Access printer session should be able to print to any printer that is defined to Windows. Under file/printer setup just select the desired printer.
However, if a printer has an IP address and supports one for the available drivers on the system it might be more flexible to print directly from the system using a device description. This is for printers that support PCL(HP).
CRTDEVPRT DEVD(XXXXXX) DEVCLS(*LAN) TYPE(3812) MODEL(1) LANATTACH(*IP) PORT(pppp) FONT(11) FORMFEED(*AUTOCUT) INACTTMR(*SEC15) PARITY(*NONE) STOPBITS(1) TRANSFORM(*YES) MFRTYPMDL(YYYYYY) RMTLOCNAME(`ZZZ.ZZZ.ZZZ.ZZZ?) SYSDRVPGM(*HPPJLDRV) and press [ENTER].
Where XXXXXX is the name of the device.
Where YYYYYY is the make and model of the printer. Press the [F4] key to prompt for additional parameters, to view a list of supported values.
Where ZZZ.ZZZ.ZZZ.ZZZ is the IP address assigned to the printer.
Where pppp is the IP port, Use 9100 for HP laser printers and 2501 for IBM network printers. For all other branded printers you?ll need to check the printer manual or contact your vendor for information.
If a driver is not available on the system a remote outq will probably work.