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

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Sharing Printers with PSM

PSM works in two different but related ways. First of all, it allows classic Mac OS users to print to any printer shared by your Windows PSM server. As far as the Macintosh users are concerned, any printer (regardless of its native capabilities) shared from your PSM server appears to be a 300 dots-per-inch PostScript level 1 printer. Handily, the PSM service also works in the reverse way: it allows you to connect to an AppleTalk network printer so that Windows users can print to a queue on the Windows server and have their jobs go to the AppleTalk printer—without putting AppleTalk on the clients themselves. You can also capture an AppleTalk printer so that clients can connect to it only using the Windows print server, ...

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