DocuPrint NPS/IPS on a Novell network
Configuring DocuPrint as a PSERVER
Once you decide to configure the DocuPrint NPS/IPS as an
RPRINTER or as a PSERVER on your Novell network, there are
a number of tasks you must perform.
The following is a summary of the tasks to perform if the
DocuPrint NPS/IPS is configured as a PSERVER:
1. Perform the following Novell tasks:
a. Sign on to the Novell workstation as a network
If you use Novell's Quick Setup feature, you must do the
following after creating the queue and server:
b. From PCONSOLE, create a Printer Queue (for example,
Gazette) and a Print Server (for example, PGazette).
i. In the definition of the server, choose Printer Setup.
ii. Define the printer per the naming convention
suggested by NPS/IPS.
iii. Select DEFINED ELSEWHERE.
c. From the Print Server window, configure a printer for
PServer using the Printer Configuration option.
d. Enter any name (for example, Gazette) for the printer.
e. Select Remote Other/Unknown type for the printer and
save the information.
f. Define the printer in the Queue Service by highlighting the
printer name (for example, Gazette) and pressing Enter.
g. Press the Insert key to select the Print Queue (for
example, Gazette) you want to bind with PServer (for
h. Save the information.
2. When configuring NPS/IPS, answer the configuration
questions as follows:
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