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Using the Windows NT 4.0 LPR Print Monitor

A Microsoft LPR print monitor is shipped with Windows NT 4.0. This print monitor is not included in the default Windows NT installation; therefore, it will need to be installed. In order to set up an LPR printer in Windows NT 4.0, the system must have an IP address, the print server must have an IP address, and Microsoft TCP/IP printing must be installed.

System Requirements

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Administrator privileges

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Windows NT installation disks or CD

Install TCP/IP on NT Server

If Microsoft TCP/IP has not been installed on the Windows NT print server, follow the steps below:

1.

Open the Windows NT Control Panel.

2.

Double-click the Network icon.

3.

Select the Protocols tab.

4.

Select TCP/IP Protocol and click the Properties button.

5.

Assign the server an IP address (for LANs without Internet access, it is suggested to use 10.10.10.1). Click OK.

Install LPR Print Monitor

1.

Open the Windows NT Control Panel.

2.

Select the Services tab.

3.

Select Add, then Microsoft TCP/IP printing.

4.

Click the Close button.

5.

Restart the system.

Assign Print Server IP Address

1.

Using OkiNet for IP, assign the print server an IP address; for example, 10.10.10.2.

Note: For more information on using OkiLAN 6200e TCP/IP, see OkiNet for TCP/IP.

Add LPR Printer

1.

Open the Control Panel, Printers and then select Add Printer.

2.

Select My Computer and click Next.

3.

Click the Add Port button.

4.

On the Printer Ports screen, select LPR Port from the list of Available Printer

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