[THIN] Re: printing (yaaawwnnnn) on ps3/w2k3... to an NT4 print server

*puts his theory hat on*

No, it shouldnt pass the driver back, as kernel mode drivers are
blocked by default..
And I do believe all drivers on the CD are user mode - and should
cover everything NT4 had support for, bar 3rd party drivers of course.
But for those, UPD2 should come into play?

Andrew

*goes back to eating*


On Fri, 24 Sep 2004 13:55:47 +0100, Lilley, Brian <brian.lilley@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi list,
> 
> I plan to allow auto-printer install on 2003 MPS3.0 servers from an XP client
> base.  Can I assume that all drivers are user mode version 3 from the w2k3
> CD??
> 
> If a 2003 MPS3 server prints to some obscure printer attached to an NT4 server
> (which the 2003 server doesn't have a driver for), will the NT4 server pass
> its driver back to the 2003 server to auto-install?
> 
> any comments/advice appreciated
> 
> Brianos :o)
> 
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