Part 11: Introducing and Overseeing Printers.


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Pcl.sep: used to print in Printer Control Language (PCL) for printers that can do either PCL or PostScript ... for different or pooled printers associated with the same PC ...
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Section 11: Installing and Managing Printers

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Learning Objectives Explain and apply the essentials of Windows 2000 Server printing Install nearby, system, and Internet printing administrations in Windows 2000 Server Configure printing administrations for a wide range of necessities

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Learning Objectives (proceeded with) Manage printers and print administrations Solve regular printing issues

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Basic Concepts Print server: A system PC or server gadget that associates printers to the system for sharing and that gets and forms print demands from print customers Print customer: A customer PC that produces a print work

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Standalone Print Server Devices Figure 11-1 Print server gadgets

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Basic Concepts (kept) Spooling: A procedure working out of sight to empower a few print documents to go to a solitary printer. Every document is put in impermanent stockpiling until its swing comes to be printed. Printer driver: A record containing data expected to control a particular printer, executing altered printer control codes, textual style, and style data.

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Printing Stages Figure 11-2 Printing stages

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How Network Printing Works A product application makes a print document, speaking with the illustrations gadget interface (GDI) as it makes the record to incorporate printer control data The print document is incidentally spooled at the customer The remote print supplier at the customer makes a remote strategy call to the system print server

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How Network Printing Works (proceeded with) The print document is transmitted to the Server administration on the Windows 2000 Server print server At the print server, the "switch" (Print Spool administration) guides the print record to the print supplier The print supplier stores the document in the print server\'s spooler

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How Network Printing Works (proceeded) While in the spooler, the print supplier works with the print processor to arrange the printing for the right information sort, (for example, TEXT or RAW) When the document is totally organized the print screen sends the print record from the spooler to the printer

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Design Tip When you arrange plate space for a Windows 2000 Server, consider the kind of printing at that server and the quantity of clients. For instance, if there are times when 50 clients are sending 1 MB print documents at the same time, then you have to anticipate no less than 50 MB of plate space only for the print spooler.

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How Internet Printing Works When an application produces a print record, the record is prepared through the customer\'s program, which works with the GDI The program makes a remote methodology call (utilizing the HTTP and IPP conventions) to the Internet Information Services (IIS) in Windows 2000 Server The IIS exchanges the print record to the consistent Windows 2000 Print Spool administration

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Print Job Data Type Data sort: The path in which data is arranged in a print document, for example, with no organizing, content sort designing, designing for Windows-based frameworks, and organizing for postscript frameworks

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Data Types RAW: Used with MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, and UNIX RAW with FF annexed: Puts a structure nourish code toward the end of the print document RAW with FF auto: Checks for a structure bolster code toward the end of the print document and embeds a structure encourage in the event that one is not present

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Data Types TEXT: Used for ANSI-sort documents, for example, from more established word processors and content tools Enhanced Metafile (EMF): Used for Windows-based print documents that utilization GDI at the customer PSCRIPT1: Used to decipher Macintosh Postscript organized documents to non-Postscript

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Print Monitors Local port : sends print employments to a nearby port, for example, LPT1 or COM1 and to a customary document Standard TCP/IP Port: sends print occupations to IP print servers, for example, a HP print server card LPR : used to facilitate printing with LPR perfect UNIX, DEC, and IBM centralized server and minicomputers

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Print Monitors (proceeded) Hewlett-Packard Network Port : utilized for more established HP-sort printers with print server cards that don\'t bolster TCP/IP yet that do bolster printing through the DLC convention AppleTalk Printing Devices Port: utilized for Macintosh customers that convey by means of the AppleTalk convention to PostScript LaserWriter-sort printers

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Print Monitors (proceeded with) Pjlmon.dll and Usbmon.dll: screens that you introduce physically and that are utilized for bidirectional printers and printers joined to USB ports

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Windows 2000 Server Print Monitors Table 11-1 Windows 2000 Server Print Monitors

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Sample Candidates That Can Host a Shared Printer Windows 2000 Server and Professional Windows NT Server and Workstation Windows 98 Windows 95

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Printer Sharing Figure 11-3 Shared system printers

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Printer Installation Depending on the level of Plug and Play refinement, a printer can be introduced in one of a few routes, for example, Automatic or manual discovery (or a mix of both) utilizing the Add/Remove Hardware Wizard Automatic or manual recognition (or a blend of both) utilizing the Add Printer Wizard

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Detecting a Newly Connected Printer Figure 11-4 Add/Remove Hardware Wizard recognizing the printer

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Configuring a Local Printer by means of the Add Printer Wizard Figure 11-5 Setting up a neighborhood printer

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Troubleshooting Tip If a Plug and Play good printer is not naturally identified, ensure that the Plug and Play administration is begun

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Configuring a Print Monitor During a manual establishment process, utilize the Create another port radio catch to design a specific print screen (or design one later in the printer\'s properties) and select from: AppleTalk Printing Devices Hewlett-Packard Network Port Local Port Standard TCP/IP Port

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Selecting the Type of Printer Also amid the manual establishment process, you can indicate the producer and model of printer so as to choose the right printer driver

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Selecting the Type of Printer (proceeded with) Figure 11-6 Entering the kind of printer

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Specifying a Printer Name and Printer Share Name During a manual establishment, you can determine a printer name and a printer offer name

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Entering a Printer Share Name Figure 11-7 Creating a mutual printer

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Printer and Printer Share Name Guidelines Compose names that are effortlessly comprehended and spelled by the individuals who will utilize the printer Include a room number, floor, or workstation name to distinguish where the printer is found Include unmistakable data about the printer, for example, the sort, maker, or model

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Review of the Setup Parameters When you physically set up a printer, there is the alternative to audit setup parameters

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Review of the Setup Parameters (proceeded with) Figure 11-8 Printer setup synopsis

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Printer Properties After a printer is set up you can deal with the printer\'s properties that include: General printer data Printer sharing Printer port setup Printer planning and propelled choices Security Device settings

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General Printer Properties The general printer properties include: The printer name The printer area An expressive remark about the printer The printer show The printer\'s elements

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General Printer Properties (proceeded with) Figure 11-9 Printer Properties General tab

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Sharing Properties The sharing tab is utilized to: Enable or incapacitate sharing Specify the offer name Publish the printer in the Active Directory (if the Active Directory is introduced) Install extra drivers for customers other than Windows 2000

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Sharing Properties (proceeded with) Figure 11-10 Configuring printer sharing

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Port Properties The Ports tab empowers you to: Associate a printer with a port Set up printer pooling Enable bidirectional printing Add another port, for example, a print screen Remove a port Configure a port as far as timeout parameters (for parallel ports); and port pace, information bits, equality, stop bits, and stream control (for serial ports)

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Printer Pooling Printer pooling: Linking two or more indistinguishable printers with one printer setup or printer offer

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Configuring Ports Figure 11-11 Configuring printer ports

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Troubleshooting Tip When arranging a bidirectional printer, ensure that you utilize an IEEE 1284 link and check the BIOS setup to arrange the port as bidirectional

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Advanced Printer Properties The printer properties that you can design on the Advanced tab include: Printer booking The printer\'s need Printer spooling Holding bungled reports Printing spooled archives first Keeping printed records (after they have printed) Enabling propelled printing highlights Specifying print processors and information sorts Configuring the separator page

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Advanced Printer Properties (proceeded with) Figure 11-12 Advanced printer properties

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Troubleshooting Tip If pages are intermixing from various printouts take a stab at selecting the choice, Start printing after last page is spooled

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Troubleshooting Tip Use the Hold confounded archives choice to spare paper and free the printer when there are clients who regularly send a record arranged for another printer

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Separator Page documents Sysprint.sep: utilized for PostScript-just printers Pcl.sep: used to print in Printer Control Language (PCL) for printers that can do either PCL or PostScript Pscript.sep: used to print in PostScript for printers that can do either PCL or PostScript

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Separator Page Customization Codes Table 11-2 Separator Page Customization Codes

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Separator Page Customization Codes (proceeded)

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Design Tip Use separator and pennant pages sparingly in light of the fact that they can add to paper costs

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Security Properties The printer Pro

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