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Configuration of DP300u in a LAN over Windows 2000

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I have recently brought one DP300U printer sharer to be used for network printers. The Installed system in PCs in the LAN is windows2000. Kindly advice how to configure.

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You just need to installe the . Inset the Printer Driver CD. It will Autoplay. Click on install the Driver.
After successfully installation of Driver, Go to Start-->Setting--> Printers and Faxes

You can find your printer here.Right Click on Printer --> Click on Sharing --> Give the Printer Name in Share Name.

You can installe the printer on client Machine by following way:

Go to Start-->Setting--> Printers and Faxes--> Click on Add Printer --> Check mark on Network Printer-->Clickn on Browse printer. It will Automatically discover your printer. Just Right click on it and clickon connect.

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