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Windows 2000 Printer Management

The ability for multiple users to share printers (and eventually other resources) was the one of the driving forces that spawned the first business networks. Windows NT and Windows 2000 have done a lot to make sharing and managing large groups of printers easier and faster. Printer pools, driver management, establishing user print priorities, and automated printer setups are powerful and useful advances to Network Administrators. Here is our collection of articles and other resources to help
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Printer Management Basics
Where to start: FAQ's, overviews, and guides for beginners.
How To Articles
Advanced printer configuration, common tasks, tricks and tips.
Adding and Installing Printers
How to install and configure network printers, including automated setups options.
Microsoft Fax Service
Resource related to installing, configuring, and troubleshooting the MS Fax Service
Printer Drivers
Index of printer manufacturers support and driver download pages
Print Spooling
Print spooling allows you to place multiple print jobs into a queue
Technical Articles
In depth technical articles on advanced printing functions.
Troubleshooting
Index of known bugs and printer issues in Windows 2000
HP Printer Issues
An Index of known bugs and Issues specific to Hewlett Packard printers
 

HOW TO: Manage Print Servers in Windows 2000 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 323228 - This article describes how to manage print servers in a Windows 2000 environment. You must be a member of the administrators group on a computer that is running Windows 2000 Advanced Server to perform all of the tasks that are described in this article.

Overview of Internet Printing in Windows 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 248344 - Internet printing in Windows 2000 is automatically enabled by installing Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS).

 

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