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Hi,

Try to connect the printer with a network card which will help you to add a print server using a printer USB or by a LTP port for connecting to lan.
Install printer drivers.
You should assign an ip address to you printer.
Then click on Start -> Control Panel -> Printers and Faxes from your computer.
Right click on the printer icon and click on the Shared from the drop down menu.

Then your computer would be able to see it on the LAN.
Reboot computer.
 
NOTE: If you connect your printer directly to one computer, you would be able to share it on the network. But it can be only possible when that computer is running.

Hope this helps.

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