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Line printer issue

I am having a line printer in network.b4 some time domain migration activity happened and after logging in with user rights i am unable to use the printer but when I am logging in as administrator. It is allowing me to use the printer....I do not want to give the admin rights to all the user as I m having around 20 users who use the same printer...
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Use a printer queue routine, that will handle it..

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