In article <196.97.131>,
ND <nd2.com.invalid> wrote:
You should be fine.
Can *other* operating systems print to your Win2k server via IP? If so,
then the Macintosh can.
The only "trick" is to <gasp!> follow the instructions for printing via
The only way for OS9 clients to print via IP (via lpr, actually) is
through desktop printers. You have to have desktop printing set up, and
you have to use the Desktop Printer Utility to define the printer. Set
the PPD, then configure the IP address and queue name that you're
printing to, then save the printer. It will then appear in your Print
dialog box in a drop-down list.
It will also appear in the desktop printer menu up in the top right
corner of your screen (a great thing to have), and in your control
strip's printer list.