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#1 Mushtaq77

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Posted 12 April 2016 - 01:55 AM

hi,

   Two hosts are connected in a same network.One host(Win 7 OS & print server) is having printer connected to it directly and  i have shared that printer. Second host (win 10 OS) is connected with the shared printer and it is works fine.But,once it shut down ,it is  not working.To make it work again,i have to remove the shared printer from the list,and i have to re-connect it .(Happening daily ) ;(

 

any problem with different OS or any-other network problems

 

Both systems are connected with domain .Can anyone provide solution for this ?..please...



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#2 Darktune

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Posted 14 April 2016 - 06:36 PM

Hello Mushtaq77

How is the shared printer distributed is it group policy or are you manually mapping the printer each time. If it's the latter are you mapping it using the hostname of the printer server (\\PRINTSERVER) or the IP address of the print server (192.168.x.x)?

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