[K12OSN] - Core 3 PDC - windows print

Huck dhuckaby at paasda.org
Mon Dec 18 19:04:57 UTC 2006

Normally I add the printers to the windows machines as administrator 
when I create the image. Then it is there ready to use, no matter which 
user logs on. You should still be able to do this...by logging on 'local 
machine' as administrator and adding the printer.


Larry McPherson wrote:
> We added a Core 3 Primary Domain Controller at the High School using the 
> D. Trask instructions --- which works great (thanks)!  Students can go 
> anywhere in the school and their home folder follows them.  Now I would 
> like to add a printer that is a share off of a Windows PC (hooked to the 
> parallel port) that all the students could print to.
> Windows PC (domain login, room 1)-------> send print job ------> Windows 
> PC (domain login here as well, room 2) ------> p. port to printer.
> I can login as a student and add the printer, which works great for that 
> student - but doe's not show up for other students.  I don't want to 
> login as every student in the school and add a printer.
> Any and all advice is welcome.
> Larry
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