[THIN] Re: Million dollar printer question for Citrix/TS

  • From: "Steve Parr" <steveparr6@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 21:22:57 -0500

Actually you are right on Christopher.
When I checked I found that all the printer models I mentioned are discontinued.
Even the 4300 you mentioned is discontinued as well. And 4600 mentioned by Andrew discontinued also. Some newer models listed as replacement models by HP are:


1320, 2300, 4250, 4350, 5100. Has anyone run these models with MF XP yet?
Looks like 4200 series still available.







From: Christopher Wilson <christofire@xxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: Million dollar printer question for Citrix/TS
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 10:50:02 -0600

Hi, Steve.

If you are looking to recommend new printers, I don't know that many
of the ones you mentioned are available new.  We are currently
deploying LaserJet 4300 printers with good success.  We use only
native 2003 drivers so this runs on the LaserJet 4100 driver.  In my
experience all of the 4000 series run quite well on the LaserJet 4
driver, too.  Since these printer models seem to change every six
months or so, I usually revert back to the closest native driver in
the series, or the trusty old LJ4.

HTH,
Christopher


On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 14:22:33 +0000, Dogers <dogers@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 14:30:00 -0500, Steve Parr <steveparr6@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> > Feel free to make comments if you
> > have had experience which is either negative or positive. Also if you feel I
>
> Summarised your post :)
>
> > LJ 1200, LJ 2200, LJ 4000, LJ 4 group, LJ 5 group, LJ 6 group, LJ 4050, LJ
> > 4500, LJ 5000, LJ 8000, LJ 8100.
>
> We have/had the following which are/were fine under 2003, and okay on
> NT4 (albeit with recent drivers!) - 4000, 5, 4500, 5000 and the 8100
> We've also currently got a 4600 which is solid too :)
>
> Andrew
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