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Microsoft® Windows Server 2003: Administrator’s Companion by Jason Gerend, Sharon Crawford, Charlie Russel

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Setting Print Server Options

Although most printer configuration occurs in the printer driver for a particular printer, you can configure some of the actual print server settings. These settings affect all printers hosted by the print server; they include determining which forms are available to print on and which ports and printer drivers are available to use, as well as some spool settings.

Modifying the Forms Available on the Print Server

Forms are the media you put in a printer; basically if you can print on it, Windows considers it a form. Forms can be paper of various sizes, every sort of envelope, or other types of media such as film. Print servers are set up to handle a wide variety of standard forms by default, but occasionally it ...

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