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Cannot print from DOS mode of shared printer

Authentication error comes. But password 100% correct. I can print documents in Windows mode. Printer installed @ another PC. I have shared through my LAN. Other PCs that have already shared can print without any issue.

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  • jagathra Oct 31, 2008

    Thaks for quick reply. Both PCs are in same domain & Windows XP Professional. I have given full access for the other PC. But same issue. Thing is other PCs that have already shared can print without any trouble.

  • jagathra Oct 31, 2008

    Thaks for quick reply. Both PCs are in same domain & Windows XP Professional. I have given full access for the other PC. But same issue. Thing is other PCs that have already shared can print without any trouble.

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Need to know some additional information. This sounds like a windows security issue.
in windows XP..
In control panel...
in network connections
Click File, click Network Setup Wizard. This sometimes helps.

Is there an account on the Windows computer that the DOS computer can authenticate as?
Other solution: Change security settings on the computer sharing the printer "AKA: print server"

if you have adminsitrative rights on the Print Server... and it is windows XP Pro
Right click the printer, click properties, click security, click add, click everyone, click full control.

This is an open door policy setup.. but it just might fix your issue.

Disabling windows firewall also may help...

another link I found that might be helpful. http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-xp/winxp-print-to-network-printer-from-dos/23436.html

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Make sure that your computed is on the same workgroup or domain as the other computers are.

You can check that by going into the control panel. Press system. Press the computer name tab. Change the domain name or workgroup accordingly.

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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    Tim Babcock Oct 31, 2008

    Make sure that Windows Firewall is turned off in Windows security.  Your firewall security should only be on the router only.  If you have anti virus programs such as Norton or McAfee, there could a firewall turned on there as well.  It should be turned off as well.




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