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Printers Can I connect my printer to an ethernet port and thus make it available for everyone who is logged on to the network to use?

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Yes, you can for us long that the printer is setup as a network printer and drivers are all installed on each computer everyhting should be able to use that printer that is connected to your router....

Hope that helps.........

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