Officially, no, Unofficially... possibly. Install the printer on a local
port and then change the port to be the ne on the 98 PC and it may work.
Should be something like: \\98PC\printer where 98PC is the name of the 98
PC on the network and printer is the shared name of the printer.
Windows Technologies - Printing & Imaging http://www.coribright.com/windows
"JohnnyO" <JohnnyO@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I have a new Vista workstation which I have added to my existing home
> of WindowsXP and Windows98 machines. My printer is attached to a Windows98
> machine. I am unable to get this new system to attach to the Windows98
> attached printer. My WindowsXP machine has no problems printing to it.
> Is is possible to attach to a Windows98 based printer across a local
> from a Vista machine?