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Cannot see attached network printers on my Windows Server, using Ubuntu 10.10


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#1 Kantoz

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Posted 11 February 2011 - 05:46 AM

Hi,


I have been installing Ubuntu 10.10 on one of my machines, that earlier was running Ubuntu 10.04.


My problem is that i'm using this machine with the so called Navision, and i managed in 10.04 to use the print out function.
However i could see the attached network printers on the windows_Navision server. But i can't see them now on V. 10.10 ?

I can see the following printers etc. by printing out by the IP address, and that works fine.
But when i lookup on the server /network/domain/Servername/printers, i can't see the printers acting as network-attached devices.
But so i do when looking it up on Ubuntu 10.04 and Windows machines.

Is this a known change in 10.04 to 10.10 ?


Or any of you, know how to let me see the printers again on the server - you would be awesome!


Thanks

// Kantoz

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