How is the printer connected to the Windows server?
Does the printer have an ethernet port? If the printer is connected to the server by USB or parallel cable, is it shared in Windows? Have you already tried to add a shared printer to your Mac and failed?
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Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. I just wasn't sure what you were saying and wanted to be sure. I'm assuming you mean a true static IP number instead of a manually assigned dynamic IP number that's provided by the Windows server.
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This means the printer has a built-in print server and you do not have to 'share' the printer at all. All computers on the network will access the printer independently in their own way with drivers for their platform.
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Sharing the printer from a Windows server kind of defeats the purpose of having a true network printer. Shared printers are a waste of time and server resources and complicate a normally simple printer installation. I would remove the share, delete any printers you've tried to install to the Mac, reset the Mac's printer system right click in the empty Printers list box , and start again to add a printer to your Mac by using drivers that are designed to work with Snow Leopard.
IPP printing works a lot of the time but it depends on the printer. Even if the printer is not supported by the vendor, you may still be able to get it to work with Apple's CUPS drivers. So, in effect, the windows server has nothing to do with the printer unless you are assigning an IP number controlled by a DHCP router in the server. Hope this helps. I think you are in for a big problem.
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I was able to determine that they do support the Cn printer for Snow Leopard, but that probably wont help you. Your printer is also not on Apple's list of known compatible printers: It looks like you'll be saving your files as PDF's and transferring them to a Windows machine to print. There are two notes.
Rosetta required for installer I assume that Oki has not really re-written their drivers for Snow Leopard and require Rosetta to handle the older PPC code they used in their driver. According to one of their support pages, you can only print from applications that have been told to run in 32bit, which is not the normal for all of the programs that Apple includes in Snow Leopard. Kind of a waste here.
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Oki's site doesn't show your printer in the MFP printer drivers area at all, so I do not know what file you downloaded, but it doesn't sound like it's the one you need. Windows printer drivers in Ubuntu As a guideline, one should buy those printers that are supported on linux or drivers are given by the vendors. February 9th, 5. Windows printer drivers in Ubuntu I came to work at an office which was already equipped with an office printer.
I don't think they're going to change the printer just for one person who uses Ubuntu. February 7th, 6.
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