"Tim Judd" <tjudd01@newsgroup> wrote in message
> Meinolf Weber [MVP-DS] wrote:
>> Hello Fabrice,
>> On the print server where you have installed the printer open the device
>> properties, sharing tab and check additional drivers button.
>> Best regards
>> Meinolf Weber
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>>> How to manage the drivers of differents printers when the server is a
>>> Windows 2003 SP2 and the stations are Vista or Seven. Can I add the
>>> right vista/seven printer in the Windows 203 console to realize an
>>> automatic connection of many printers via vbs under vista/seven as I
>>> do with Windows XP.
>>> Thanks for your help
> how do you set a Server 2003 to recognize drivers for the new operating
> systems beyond what was out when 2003 was out. This means anything Vista
> or 7 or newer aren't naturally known as operating systems, so the
> checkboxes and the ability to install for those systems aren't available.
I haven't tried this, and when connecting to a 2003 box from Vista, I just
install the necessary drivers if the XP drivers don't work.
Kind of ugly, but check this out:
Adding Vista drivers to Windows 2003 server? http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...0-0e6a9c8d3078
But this may work a little better because it introduces and inf to recognize
the newer OS.
VIsta point and print with - print server 2003: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...9-74f4a4eafae6
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