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One of my users on the network has a new PowerBook. AppleTalk is active and he has access to all resources with no problem.

He always used to be able to hit the HP LaserJet with no problem via AppleTalk as well.

Now today, it wont work. The OS says AppleTalk is not turned on" but when I go into system prefs.. it is.

Any thoughts?

Any help would be great.
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