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Can't print from domain PC's

I have just upgraded the PC with the ricoh fx10 multifunction on it and it will print with administrative permissions but ordinary users cannot use it
because of the way the print driver works
what do I need to do to get ordinary users to print?

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  • gotty Apr 01, 2008

    I have already found a work around by making the user a poweruser from the domain on the local machine



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Try to call this phone number for help they can assist you at 1-800-577-4264

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