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A few nice network printer images I found:

Tech Cocktail’s DC Sessions with Local Motors’s Justin Fishkin
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Image by Tech.Co (formerly Tech Cocktail)
Tech Cocktail was excited to partner with GE for an inspiring night of innovation with special guest Justin Fishkin of Local Motors. The attendees not only left the event with nuggets of information and dreams to build the next revolution of refrigerators, but many walked away with small trinkets they built on the 3D printers and laser cutters that were on exhibit. It was quite a night!

Check out the talks here: goo.gl/G87jtm
Register for other Tech Cocktail DC events here: tech.co/city/dc

Photo credit: www.ashleenikolephotography.com/

Silver Level MML Convention Sponsors American Fidelity, OHM, Prein & Newhoff, Superior Play, Angie’s, Safeguard, Zausmer and Kaufman, Waste Management, White Pine Printers, Plante Moran and Foster Swift
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Image by Michigan Municipal League (MML)
Dozens of businesses and organizations helped make the 2011 Michigan Municipal League Convention a huge success. Here are many images of our sponsors leading education sessions, networking with League members and staff and providing valuable information and assistant. This year’s platinum sponsors were Meadowbrook Insurance Group, Comcast, Plunkett and Cooney Attorneys & Counselors at Law; Michigan Main Street and the Grand Hotel. Gold sponsors were Michigan Municipal League Employee Benefits Services/Blue Cross & Blue Shield, ICMA-RC, C2AE, NuWave Government Solutions, Corrigan Moving Systems – the official move of the MML Convention, and PASK Video Productions. Silver level sponsors were American Fidelity Assurance Company, OHM Advancing Communities, Prein & Newhof, Superior Play, Angie’s Artisan Treats, Safeguard Properties, Zausmer, Kaufman and August, Waste Management, White Pine Printers, Plante & Moran – the official auditor of the MML Community Excellence Awards, and Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC & Attorneys. Bronze level sponsors were Beckett & Raeder, Fleis & Vandenbrink Engineering Inc., Republic Services, Rowe Professional Services Company, The Hubbard Law Firm, WadeTrim, MRPA Michigan Recreation and Park Association and Miller Canfield. Also Clark Hill sponsored the host cities reception hosted at the DeVos Place in the heart of the ArtPrize activities. The host cities reception was hosted by the cities of Grand Rapids, Kentwood, Grandville, Wyoming, Walker and East Grand Rapids. For more about the Michigan Municipal League and what we do go to mml.org. For more about Convention go to www.tour.mml.org and follow the League and the Convention on Twitter at @mmleague and the hashtag #mmltour.

Architectural vs component innovation
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Most innovation involves small, incremental improvements to the parts of a system. A better spark plug, a better kind of tire, a better bar of soap, and so on. This is because these kinds of innovations are easier to inject into an existing system.

But some kinds of innovations – often called disruptive innovations – involve changes to the system itself. The PC revolution is an example of disruptive innovation, because the entire system of work computing had to change to accommodate it. This required a whole host of component innovations beyond the PC itself, such as the office scanner, printer, networking, and so on. System innovation like this requires changes to the fundamental architecture – known as architectural innovation.

Component innovation swaps out one node for another, which usually results in an incremental improvement. Architectural innovation changes the links. Changing the relationships between nodes is a sweeping change that usually transforms the way that the entire system works. Apple’s iTunes/iPhone ecosystem was an architectural innovation that changed the music industry forever.

Perhaps one of the reasons more companies haven’t organized around small, empowered teams is that their business architectures don’t allow it. It’s not easy to plug modules into a platform that isn’t designed for it.

The future is podular.

Cool Network Printer images

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Computer Installation at SRL
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Image by Adam Melancon
South Regional Library Computer Installation – Wiring cleanup is still a work in progress.

CabrioletCharityGala-JayLeno-BrianJessel BMW-RonSombilonGallery (21)
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5th Annual Cabriolet Charity Gala with Special Guest Jay Leno! Presenting Sponsor Brian Jessel BMW

Proceeds supporting the Canucks Autism Network, Arts Umbrella and VGH and UBC Hospital Foundation (Pancreatic Cancer Research).

Hats off to Rhoda Rizkalla, Brian Jessel. the committee, volunteers, staff and generous sponsors for pulling off another amazing fundraiser!

Art of BMW by Ron Sombilon Gallery

www.BrianJessel.BMW.com
www.JayLenosGarage.com
www.RonSombilonGallery.com

Pac Blue Printing – Official Printers of the Ron Sombilon Gallery

www.PacBluePrinting.com

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Tech Cocktail’s DC Sessions with Local Motors’s Justin Fishkin
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Image by Tech.Co (formerly Tech Cocktail)
Tech Cocktail was excited to partner with GE for an inspiring night of innovation with special guest Justin Fishkin of Local Motors. The attendees not only left the event with nuggets of information and dreams to build the next revolution of refrigerators, but many walked away with small trinkets they built on the 3D printers and laser cutters that were on exhibit. It was quite a night!

Check out the talks here: goo.gl/G87jtm
Register for other Tech Cocktail DC events here: tech.co/city/dc

Photo credit: www.ashleenikolephotography.com/

Cool Network Printer images

Some cool network printer images:

Add Printer to CUPS
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How to set up a USB network printer and scanner server on Debian

If you would like to use this photo, be sure to place a proper attribution linking to xmodulo.com

PODS MOVING & STORAGE featured at Buildex Vancouver-Photos Courtesy of Ron Sombilon Gallery and PacBlue Printing
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BUILDEX VANCOUVER – Vancouver Convention Centre West
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Nice Network Printer photos

A few nice network printer images I found:

Add Printer to CUPS
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Image by xmodulo
How to set up a USB network printer and scanner server on Debian

If you would like to use this photo, be sure to place a proper attribution linking to xmodulo.com

Fixing the Network
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Resetting the printer, so it would shut up about the recycled ink cartridges already, destabilized the wireless network. Very badly.

The trouble with really stable networks is that you forget how they work. Never had that trouble with dial-up networking.

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ECO SIP INDUSTRIES INC. BUILD BETTER, BUILD GREEN- featured at Buildex Vancouver-Photos Courtesy of Ron Sombilon Gallery and PacBlue Printing
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Image by SOMBILON PHOTOGRAPHY | GALLERY | VIDEOGRAPHY
BUILDEX VANCOUVER – Vancouver Convention Centre West
BUILDEX Vancouver is about designing, building and managing real estate.

www.BuildexVancouver.com

For Other MMPI Canada Events visit

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#oppolandscape of Julian getting paid doing English Professional Writing
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Image by Julian Partridge
* output of a recent RED self help session (opportunity landscaping) triggered by the apparently hopeless desire to make speculative job applications in the field and the dire performance evidenced last year applying to all the advertised jobs in this vein

OPPOS DOING PROFESSIONAL WRITING

#wri-cbswp
MAKING capacity building writings FOR maturing software producers
TRADING SERVICES: Custom process models, procedures, training worksheets, schematics
MARKETS: biz software, film cgi, games, via trainers
SUSPECTS: red—, i—

#wri-bizsu
MAKING business funding bids FOR startups
TRADING SERVICES: business plans oppo landscapes, business posters
MARKETS: sponsors – government, private, entrepreneurs – via university via fe careers, via networks
SUSPECTS: cbnea, newmarket Bar—, newmarket rot—

#wri-matcct
MAKING lesson materials FOR creative computing teachers
TRADING GOODS: project briefs, activity kits, integrated programme systems
MARKETS: primary, fe, uni
SUSPECTS: blank

#wri-cbpwp
MAKING capacity building materials FOR professional writing producers
TRADING GOODS: platform comparison charts, vertical solutions, consulting guides, trends bulletins
MARKETS: via platform vendors, via web readers, via own clients
SUSPECTS: blank

RELATED RESEARCH

1. Try madcap for a business start start-up case to produce open content portable into any business plan document format.

2. Try state-of-the-art survey of platforms.

What is a Book!?

The trend in professional writing is towards model-based separation of the information essential to produce the written article – the Model – from the written article itself – the Book (a paperback, say). Simplest example: a text file (a Model) saved on your computer, later printed and finished as an A4 paper ring-bound document (a Book).

Writers of old were the monks armed with quill and ink and parchment, scribing a new scroll of some kind (eg a debt record to pin someone to a future repayment). More recently, we had the corporate typing pools with their batteries of well-oiled Imperial grey typewriters bashing out their business forms or letters (all still intent on pinning someone to something, no doubt)…

Then we had the xerox revolution – xerox brilliantly desktopizing the laborious and error-prone manual copying and transcription process to duplicate all coming documentation on the fly — until wordprocessors and laser printers merged the two and changed the game yet again. And then enter Bill and Microsoft and all the others to clean this up and make it turn out mega bucks. And now we have the Model-Based revolution…

Film is a very good example of this model-based separation. The script and the storyboard as assimilated in the Director’s mind (Hitchcock-style) providing the Model, while the dvd of the finished production represents the Written Article – the "Book". The words ‘writing’ and ‘written’ are clearly somewhat misleading here.

Modern engineering design is similarly analysed: all but gone is the design-in-drawings method, now replaced by a digital information model (the Design) and any variety of views of theis, each a post-processed extract of the model transcribed into a physical document eg a printed drawing sheet – or in the case of the most modern manufacturer, immediately into a finished user’s product (as in 3-d printing).

I think the current jargon for this model-based separation in professional writing spheres is Topic authoring and Single-source content.

Now I think the impact of this technological trend is EARTH SHATTERING!

Where we used to have armies of fully-employed touch-typists producing the distributed our documentation of simple kinds, fed by fewer, much higher-paid elite authors way up in the organisation pyramid, endlessly writing and altering and copying – and the massive cost of all of that – we now have a rapidly evolving and converging sea of pure knowledge and a myriad of islands of use-centred (and almost free to employ) robotized document completion machines (Book Makers).

[witness this bit of professional writing: this (book) page will look very different depending on your viewing device (pc, mobile, app) but the words are the same and mostly mine. And not a copy typist/setter/printer/book binder job anywhere to be seen! And the originating author is working for free!!]

… I wonder if the Book is in the process of disappearing altogether!

This earth shattering evolutionary process can be managed in the business organisation [Julian’s intended Professional Writings client] as a matter of Integration.

Take a good-sized sample of business-essential documentation and throw it all on a hanger floor and then proceed to #refactorize it all, so that every item of text and graphics is instantiated only once, and a rational set of completed document types to present them is envisaged (eliminating redundant content and documentation and distribution points as we go). Then summarize this Model-Based Integrated Documentation System as an engaging schematic diagram poster (getting someone like Julian in to help you facilitate this key step if you feel the need for some fresh, expert eyes on your side) and then let your establishment stew on the ramifications of this Brave New Writing World for a while… Then implement.

Julian has done a couple of these whole-enterprise documentation integration jobs before. For example, one for a leading project management consulting and education firm, who produced tonnes of printed lesson and event management documentation to support their world class educational events. The integration step helped move them from conventional Microsoft Office-based ‘special file – special document’ technology, that required repeated content for course syllabuses, presentation scripts, attendee handouts, timetables – all done as a matter of strategy to the highest quality level – each document requiring it’s own template design, and its own proofing, editing and releasing timeline, each requiring premium staff to effort and control their production in what was necessarily a flood of hundreds of such documents for each week of activity, with all the cost and inter-staff pressure and embarrassing slip-ups that is inevitable in such a system… The solution was indeed an enterprise database to hold and deliver the single-sourced content information – the Model, and a well designed workflow system to ease event production from business development thru to happy more aptly educated customers and then yet more business development – The "Book".

Another case, for a large engineering design company, we found a number of opportunities for Integration including moving an old-school library of discrete procedure documents (mini textbooks of engineering best practice) (mission-critical to have, and highly costly to maintain), each independently written and managed and distributed, moving all that to a single live wiki platform with multiple authors collaborating on content, employing wiki tricks to avoid content repetition, and opening up the system allowing users to participate in quality feedback to help the collective drive for excellence.

A wiki encapsulates both The Model and The Book. I think that the cleverness of the wiki [when properly conceived and architected and implemented] is in that, in addition to the realization of single-sourced content (a massive cost and quality improvement in itself), it has silently cut down the number of Books to be published and distributed from hundreds (or thousands for a global organization), to just the one.

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JELDWEN WINDOWS & DOORS- featured at Buildex Vancouver-Photos Courtesy of Ron Sombilon Gallery and PacBlue Printing-3
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BUILDEX VANCOUVER – Vancouver Convention Centre West
BUILDEX Vancouver is about designing, building and managing real estate.

www.BuildexVancouver.com

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“To prevent hacking, disable Universal Plug and Play now” by @dangoodin001 @arstechnics #security #opinions / SML.20130202.SC.PublicMedia.Arstechnica.Security.2013.01.to-prevent-hacking-disable-universal-plug-and-play-now
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Researchers find millions of vulnerable Net-facing printers, cams, and routers.

Security experts are advising that a networking feature known as Universal Plug and Play be disabled on routers, printers, and cameras, after finding it makes tens of millions of Internet-connected devices vulnerable to serious attack.

UPnP, as the feature is often abbreviated, is designed to make it easy for computers to connect to Internet gear by providing code that helps devices automatically discover each other over a local network. That often eliminates the hassle of figuring out how to configure devices the first time they’re connected. But UPnP can also make life easier for attackers half a world away who want to compromise a home computer or breach a business network, according to a white paper published Tuesday by researchers from security firm Rapid7.

Screenshot: arstechnica.com/security/2013/01/to-prevent-hacking-disab…

“To prevent hacking, disable Universal Plug and Play now” by @dangoodin001 @arstechnics #security #opinions
/ SML.20130202.SC.PublicMedia.Arstechnica.Security.2013.01.to-prevent-hacking-disable-universal-plug-and-play-now
/ #SMLScreenshots #CCBY #SMLPublicMedia #SMLUniverse #SMLOpinions #SMLIxD #SMLHacks #SMLData #SMLResearch
/ #screenshots #Arstechnica security opinions #hacking #hacks #technology #UPnP #research #IT #journalism #media #public #computers #opinions #network #Rapid7

JELDWEN WINDOWS & DOORS- featured at Buildex Vancouver-Photos Courtesy of Ron Sombilon Gallery and PacBlue Printing
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Image by SOMBILON PHOTOGRAPHY | GALLERY | VIDEOGRAPHY
BUILDEX VANCOUVER – Vancouver Convention Centre West
BUILDEX Vancouver is about designing, building and managing real estate.

www.BuildexVancouver.com

For Other MMPI Canada Events visit

www.MMPICanada.com

ACS CE PIPE & FITTING featured at Buildex Vancouver-Photos Courtesy of Ron Sombilon Gallery and PacBlue Printing
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Image by SOMBILON PHOTOGRAPHY | GALLERY | VIDEOGRAPHY
BUILDEX VANCOUVER – Vancouver Convention Centre West
BUILDEX Vancouver is about designing, building and managing real estate.

www.BuildexVancouver.com

For Other MMPI Canada Events visit

www.MMPICanada.com

Can Your Business Benefit From a Network Printer Being Installed in It

Can Your Business Benefit From a Network Printer Being Installed in It

With full featured multi-functional printers now in common use in businesses across the globe, many of these same businesses are looking to upgrade to a network printer, rather then using multiple printers. Can your business actually benefit from a network printer, or will you be better served by several independently operated printers. There are several variables that should be considered in order to make this determination and you may want to examine them before you make your final decision.

Operated Remotely

In general, it is medium to large sized companies that will benefit from installing a network printer but this is not a blanket rule, as there are occasional exceptions. What a network printer does, is function as a central printing station that receives and processes printing demands from any one of a number of style of computer mechanisms that are connected to a WAN or LAN network.

Three types of Printers

They are available in the three types thermal laser and inkjet. What type will benefit your business best, will be determined by the type and amount of printing that you will most commonly be doing. The basic trade off with the three types of printers are speed, accuracy and quality with text and image printing. Also, a benefit that thermal printers offer is the ability to print on a variety of materials with a variety of substances that offer features such as resistance to scratching.

Clients Can Print their Own Labels

One common use for network printers is in manufacturing. In manufacturing, network printers that print labels make it easy and efficient for labels to be printed from a remote location. This means that the clients themselves can actually print their own labels to their exact specifications, simply and economically avoiding any problem with mix ups that are all to common in label printing.

Written by Gerome Jameson. Find premium info on Network Printer plus the top information on Multifunction Printer

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Fast Network Printers For Multipurpose Use

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by liewcf

Fast Network Printers For Multipurpose Use

The network printers are the printers installed over the private network such as LAN; these printers are used for printing documents from various computer terminals in the network. The network can be established over the whole department or a building of an organization. These network printers make connection to the network by being installed at some specific USB port of the main computers of the central offices and take commands of printing from the various terminals connected, only if the permission from the main computer is granted.

These Printers are the multifunctional printers that offer many features within a single unit. These printers include scanner, photocopier and sometimes-even Fax machine within it. Such printers find great use in the offices as the need of buying other equipments is prevented. The other equipments, if bought separately, cost even more amount and also occupy more space. For this reason, very high performance, all-in-one printers are being used today.

These printers can be either laser printer or ink jet printers. Laser printers deliver high speed of operation while the ink jet printers are comparatively slow. Today printers are available in many configurations, types, capacity, functionality and style. Printers can be either colored or monochrome. They can be chosen on the basis of user capacity, that is, the connectivity to the terminals. A few manufacturers offer even up to 200 user terminals connectivity.

The multifunctional printers are offered by many manufacturers in the market. Some of the famous manufacturers include Brother, Canon, Copystar, Kyucera, Lexmark, NEC, OKi, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp and Xerox etc. The Copystar CS 1635, NEC NEFAX-805 and Sharp AR-M162 are a few of the best seller printers which are in current trend. The cost of these printers comes in the range of 600-1100$ .

The printers can be selected on the basis of printing speed based on their printing requirements. The speed varies as number of pages it can print in a second along with maintaining a good quality print. Few printers come in with networking capability, if the requirement is for the whole department then printer with networking facility should be used. Their network installation is also very easy, many a times the company sends a serviceman for installing the printer.

Today network printers have become a very common device in any office department. Its utility is nowhere hidden; any user from his terminal can use them anytime. By network printer the need of buying several printers is vanished. And when these printers include scanner, copier and Fax machine, then it satisfies all the needs of an office.

Thus the multifunctional network printers are the choice of the time; these should be installed in places such as offices, companies, departments, business houses etc. The easier is the use of technology, the more is speed of operation of the system. So for making an efficient operational system there should be continuous revision in the accessories and equipments used.

Keith Reynolds is a dealer of multifunction printers, scanners and other office electronic equipments. He has range of office equipment of brands like Samsung and Panasonic.

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Tech Cocktail’s DC Sessions with Local Motors’s Justin Fishkin
network printer
Image by Tech.Co (formerly Tech Cocktail)
Tech Cocktail was excited to partner with GE for an inspiring night of innovation with special guest Justin Fishkin of Local Motors. The attendees not only left the event with nuggets of information and dreams to build the next revolution of refrigerators, but many walked away with small trinkets they built on the 3D printers and laser cutters that were on exhibit. It was quite a night!

Check out the talks here: goo.gl/G87jtm
Register for other Tech Cocktail DC events here: tech.co/city/dc

Photo credit: www.ashleenikolephotography.com/

Tech Cocktail’s DC Sessions with Local Motors’s Justin Fishkin
network printer
Image by Tech.Co (formerly Tech Cocktail)
Tech Cocktail was excited to partner with GE for an inspiring night of innovation with special guest Justin Fishkin of Local Motors. The attendees not only left the event with nuggets of information and dreams to build the next revolution of refrigerators, but many walked away with small trinkets they built on the 3D printers and laser cutters that were on exhibit. It was quite a night!

Check out the talks here: goo.gl/G87jtm
Register for other Tech Cocktail DC events here: tech.co/city/dc

Photo credit: www.ashleenikolephotography.com/

Installing a Network Printer on Windows XP Vista 2003-2008

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by liewcf

Installing a Network Printer on Windows XP Vista 2003-2008

I know this is a lot of information to read and understand. Think of it as an investment and not a burden. I have tried to include what is necessary without writing a whole book about a 5 minute procedure.

Summary of steps to install a network printer.
1. Download the most recent driver from the manufacturer’s website.
2. Configure network settings on the printer.
3. Use the Add Printer Wizard to create a local network printer on the pc.
4. (Optional) – share printer to other users.

If you are performing this type of installation for more than a handful of people, it is best to install this once on a Windows Server and share that printer to everyone. Normally it takes between 5 and 10 minutes to perform this type of install on each pc.

1. Download the most recent driver.
Visit the manufacturer’s website to obtain the latest driver – print drivers can be found in the support area searching by model number.
( this is important because early problems are fixed and drivers are updated )
For color printers you want to download a PostScript driver.
Black and White – monochrome printers work fine with a PCL driver.
*Run-Unzip-Extract* to a known location on the computer -
c:temp -or- c:*printer model*

2. Configure network settings on the printer
If you are a small business or an at home office you probably have a tiny router that handles what is called DHCP ( this is a service that manages IP addresses ).

The bad thing about these little devices is when they lose power, IP addresses are re-assigned on a first come basis.

I suggest using a static IP for all installations. Log into your printers web interface using the DHCP assigned IP address and change it to a static IP high in the range.

If available, I use 192.168.1.201, since most routers start assigning IPs at 192.168.1.2

If you have IT people who control your network, they should be consulted before making any changes to IP settings.

3. Using the Add Printer wizard
Go to Printers in the Control Panel – there are different ways to get there – just find one

Click the Add a Printer link

Choose – Add a local printer

**Note** – I know you have a network printer and the second choice is network printer and it makes logical sense to choose that – but you have to trust me and not think for yourself on this one.

Choose to Create a new port – select Standard TCP/IP Port in the dropdown list

Fill in the information – IP address you chose to use

If it detects the device type – great – if it doesn’t – click OK and Next anyway
( leave it generic or whatever it says )

Next is where we browse to the location you Extracted-unzipped the drivers ( this could also be to the CD you have ). Most of time when you download drivers they are in exe form or zipped and have to be Run and extracted before becoming available for use

Install the printer driver

Click Have Disk

Click Browse

Navigate to the location containing an INF file within the driver directory you created

Double-click the inf file or select it and click Open

Then click the OK button

Select your model and click Next

If it asks you to keep or replace the driver ( make a choice )

Then you will be asked to name the printer – On a server install it is best to make this a general term like – Office Color – or – Department BW.

Then you will be asked to Share the printer ( this is the Optional part for Server installs )

Just click Finish and the driver will be installed

4. Optional sharing the printer

Right-click the printer in Printers and Faxes and select Properties

click on the Sharing tab and choose to share and give it a share name

**Note**
The Network Printer option I told you to ignore earlier is for connecting to shared printers. The fast way to install a *shared* printer is to:

Click Start and select Run ( if you do not have a run just type the UNC name into an address bar )
Here is a link describing what UNC is http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/U/UNC.html
Type in the UNC name of the PC with the shared printer
Click OK

You will be presented with share folders and printers
Double-click the printer to install

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Troubleshooting

1. Some printers need to have the port configured for a different RAW number or with LPR settings

The documentation or support site should cover what special settings are required.
Sometimes the default 9100 needs to be changed to another number, but usually it is an LPR port with a queue name of LPT1 – PORT1 – PS – AUTO – or lp, the LPR Byte Counting is sometimes necessary also.

You can configure these settings by going to the Properties of the printer
Select the Ports tab and click the Configure Port button.

2. The format of the IP address is important – do not use any leading zeroes that you may see on a config page or web screen

i.e. 192.168.001.201 should be programmed into the port as 192.168.1.201

3. IP addresses are important – normally on small networks 192.168.0. networks cannot print to 192.168.1 addresses – If your router changes its settings are has to be reconfigured, be sure to double check that you are an the same *Network ID* (first three sets of numbers), I have seen routers change back and forth between networks and different brands use different defaults.

4. Sometimes the ports on servers and workstations become corrupted and need to be deleted and recreated.

5. Sometimes you might have a *Network Security* application that blocks communication to a new printer – watch for popups when attempting your first print.

Final Thoughts
If you read all the way to here, you probably need more help.

Please visit the Do-it-yourself IT Answers blog for more articles of this type including helpful photos

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Because everyone needs help sometime

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