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This is not a solution just a possible fly in the ointment. I have often found that scanners only work when attached directly to a computer. Scanning over the network is not a solution I have found. You can always share out the printer from the attached pc.
You don't say if you are using a server/client network or a peer-to-peer.
Go to START >printers and Faxes >Add a printer >Next and select A Network printer select Connect to the printer and then enter the path to the printer eg
Your DHCP server will keep track of which MAC Addresses have been given what IP addresses. From there, find the IP address of your Print Server. Ping the IP address to confirm IP connectivity between your computer and the print server. You should then be able to upgrade the firmware.