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Ricoh 1022 as network printer?

Can I use the ricoh 1022 as a network printer by using a wireless adapter and pluging it into the ethernet port on the printer. Will all computers on wireless network be able to use the ricoh?

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    replaced two computers on our network and cannot program the ricoh to scan to these computers.

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You can add a wireless print server to it.  Has to be a Parallel based one.  Printing can be done that way but no network scanning can be done if you have that feature enabled.

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