Yeah I've been all through the normal "add a printer" wizards and such, I get all the way to the point of seeing and choosing the networked printer I want, THAT's when I get that message. I've set up a lot of printers on networks and have never seen this before.
The only common denominator I've been able to think of, since this is happening at more than one location, is that I've introduced a new computer that runs Vista but has the XP package built in.
In one instance the new (vista/xp) computer has the printer connected directly. In the second instance, it is not.
Edited by twistedmonkey, 28 October 2008 - 09:24 AM.