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If you can ping it you can print to it. You simply need to add the proper network printer drivers, and the IP address for the printer to your network on EACH computer tha t you wish to access the printer. It is not hard to do but is not a brainless windows automatc set up either. You can download the drivers from many places including www.feedrollers.com which deals with parts and accessories for these printers as well as all the manuals, users AND SERVICE, that you will need. By the way, I used to be an HP service tech... I even go to feeedrollers for my own use...