Up until now we have been connecting a normal printer to a machine and then sharing it, which is proving to be a pain in the arse now as we have too many people and too many printers and when you move the machine it is connected to it means re-configurin all the PC's.
So anyways, we still have people using a DOS version of SAGE and when we had shared printers, you would do into DOS and type:
net use lpt1: \\machinename\sharename /u:username password
This then meant you could go into sage's printer config and set the printer Local LPT1:
Now the problem is obviously this is a network printer and not shared so how do I map the port so that DOS sage can print?
I could share it and do it the same way, but that would defeat the purpose of having a network printer.
Edited by The_KiD, 25 October 2005 - 07:11 AM.