Configuring a network all-in-one for Windows 2000 systems
To configure a network all-in-one for Windows 2000 systems
Set up the all-in-one as the default printer by performing the following steps.
Verify that the Print Services for Unix is installed (required for LPR port availability):
Click Start, Setup, and Control Panel. Double-click the Network and Dial-up
Click the Advanced menu and select Optional Networking Components.
Select and enable Other Network File and Print Services.
Click Details, and verify that Print Services for Unix is enabled. If not, enable it.
Click OK, and then Next.
Open the Printers folder (from the Desktop, click Start, Settings, and Printers).
Double-click Add Printer. From the Add Printer Wizard welcome screen, click Next.
Select Local printer, and disable automatic detection for Plug and Play installation. Click Next.
Select Create a new port, and select LPR Port. Click Next.
In the Add LPR compatible printer window:
Enter the DNS name or IP address of the all-in-one.
For the name of the all-in-one or print queue on the all-in-one, enter (in lowercase) any
queue name desired. (Queue names have no effect on output.)
Then click OK.
Select the manufacturer and all-in-one model. (If necessary, click Have Disk and follow the
instructions to install the printer driver.) Click Next.
Choose to keep the existing driver, if prompted. Click Next.
Enter an all-in-one name, and choose whether this all-in-one will be the default printer. Click Next.
Choose whether this all-in-one will be available to other computers. If shared, enter a share
name that identifies the all-in-one to other users. Click Next.
If desired, enter a location and other information for this all-in-one. Click Next.
Choose whether to print a test page, and click Next.
Click Finish to close the wizard.
Configuring for LPD printing