[windows2000] Re: Error trying to point lpt1 to \\server\printer

  • From: "Costanzo, Ray" <rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2003 15:46:16 -0400

Setup the share permissions on the machine hosting the print share to
let everyone print to it (or at least this person).

Ray at work

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eduardo Freitas [mailto:eduardofreitas@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 

> Hi there guys...
> I have an old program that can only print to lpt1.
> Im trying to map lpt1 to an IP but I could not get that to 
> work... After a
> while I decided to just have a computer with the drivers 
> installed sharing
> the printer so I could map it using net use. I tried "net use lpt1:
> \\server\printer /persistent:yes" and it worked while I was 
> logged in as
> admin but when I logged in as a regular user I noticed it was 
> not set so I
> tried the command again. It asked me for a username and 
> password, but when I
> typed in the admins login and password it told me error 5: 
> access denied
> Anyone could help me out? Im pretty lost here! : (
> Regards,
> Eduardo Freitas

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