If you need to install a
network interface board
in your printer, see
Appendix A for
4. If you want to change printer messages and warnings, click
5. Choose the options you want and click
Network Printing on a PC
You can use your printer on a network under Windows 95 or
other network operating systems. First you need to set up your
printer, using either your printer software's built-in network
support or the network's LPT port redirection functions.
When you use your printer's built-in support, the Spool
Manager sends journal files from your computer to a shared
directory on a network server. These files can then be printed
from another computer attached to the printer.
First you need to run Spool Manager and identify the shared
directory to use for journal files. After you set this up on the
computer connected to the printer (the host system), you need
to perform a similar procedure on each remote system on the
Under Windows 95, you also need to specify the port and
network path to the printer.
Managing Print Jobs and Network Printing
button. You see the following dialog