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Mac Printing Through Windows Servers


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How would I be able to print using my macs OSX through my Windows 2003/2008 print servers? Is this possible? Im planning on using IP printing.


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Is it through a windows server or ip printing? These are two different setups. IP Printing is using a TCP/IP socket to print and is usually setup with network printers like hp. Windows servers with printers connected to it and shared uses a different setup - but you go to the same place
Apple -> System Preferences -> Print and Fax
Click the + sign at the bottom of the list of printers
You will see IP and Windows - at the top of the add printer dialog
If you can log into the domain - you should be able to browse to your printer for windows.
If you know the ip address you should be able just to point to the ip address in that tab.
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