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Immortalarena

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Hi,

I have been setting up an old computer to use as a print Server in the house, and so far it is a big success, The reason for the print Server is that the printers must stay in the office, and while the laptop is away I would want others to be able to print to them. OK, now the problem. Of the 4 printers associated here, 1 is a SCSI high resolution Sony Photo Printer, and printing to it is usually done through a Photoshop Export Command. Is there a way to setup the Laptop and other home computers to be able to print to the SCSI printer wirelessly? or is there an adapter for this that could be applicable? Ideally I would like to be able to setup an export from Photoshop, to the remote SCSI port, and have it print. Can this be done?

Any help is greatly appreciated, even if you say it cannot be done.

Thanks, :)
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The Sony printer must have either a wireless device built-in, or an ethernet port to connect it to a wireless router. If it has neither of these, you can't print to it wirelessly.
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Ok, thanks
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