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User access? [ Reply to This | # ] Should this work for Ink Jets too? Product: ExtremeZ-IP Version: version 4.x-Current Document Type: Info Revised: 12/20/2012 Reviewed: 10/21/2008 Summary: Group Logic's AppleTalk protocol is now compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows Server 2008. I've followed all of the instructions found on this site and it seems I am almost there. Sorry, I've never posted anything before. [ Reply to This | # ] Almost working Authored by: LaRoche on Sep 06, '02 04:52:20PM I'm trying to print from my PC to

First, are you sure they're running AppleTalk? If you are want to learn more about Group Logic's ExtremeZ-IP File Server and ExtremeZ-IP Print Server with AppleTalk for Windows solutions, please contact Group Logic by sending an email to Hallelujah! (Note: these are backslash rather than division signs.) [ Reply to This | # ] Almost working (Win98) Authored by: jfg on Oct 29, '02 11:48:40PM I tried to write: You can download a demo copy to try it out before you decided to buy. #2 Gnomo, Jan 9, 2003 anerki uix_expand uix_collapse Registered Joined: Oct 8, 2000 Messages: 392

Hazeldine above. That's a possibility, but my ultimate goal is to use the printer in its present network configuration. With appropriate drivers, printing from both Mac OS X and Windows should be possible.Jan Jan 12, 2009 2:22 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by John Galt, John John [ Reply to This | # ] Enable AppleTalk printer sharing with Windows Authored by: milnemac on Jun 11, '03 08:25:50AM Thanks!

Is this not true for your printer?I understand that you wish to use the printer in connection with your existing wireless network. But my PC is running Windows 98, so it would not accept an URL of the form: as a Window XP machine apparently does. Pc Maclan does support Windows XP. Anti-malware/virus software...

Your MAC will then convert the Postscript to the proper driver that you selected in step 7 above. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic You need version 8.1.2 or later (Haven't tried version 9), and you must (may have been fixed in v. 9) have your hard disk formatted as NTFS or you will get http://www.emaculation.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2300 Nevertheless it works fine and I want to keep it that way.

So your search for an IP Address for this AppleTalk printer will not be fruitful.If you have a Mac OS X Server available, you can create a Windows-accessible Print Queue on Jan 13, 2009 12:19 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Grant Bennet-Alder, Grant Bennet-Alder Jan 13, 2009 12:25 PM in response to John Galt Level 9 (64,096 The AppleTalk printer will show up, if it's turned on, under Add Printer-Local printer attached to this computer - create a new port - AppleTalk Printing devices. If you're trying to connect to file shares on computers running Mac OS X and TCP/IP, you can access shares on those computers if they go into File Sharing in their

Like everything Apple, it just works.I'd like to be able to use this printer from my employer-supplied Windows XP laptop. Now it goes back to the original in the actual comment. If it's a web server, it has to be running TCP/IP. How do I access an appletalk network with Windows XP?

Any ideas on what I could be missing. Make sure that you have printer sharing enabled and the follow these steps. 1) Goto the following site and download the gimp-print-4.2.2-0.ppc.dmg and espgs-7.05-5-0.ppc.dmg. Top Cat_7 Post subject: Posted: Wed Jan 26, 2005 9:53 pm Expert User Joined: Fri Feb 13, 2004 8:59 amPosts: 4055Location: Sittard, The Netherlands PPC-Digger, I know what This is a web based CUPS administration tool.

Works for my Laserwriter 4/600 connected to my iBook too! The settings page has 14 lines that start with "@PJL SET", followed by a specific printer setting like "PAPER=A4" or "OUTBIN=UPPER". Could somebody explain some more about how that could be done IF it can be done? The only problem I had with it was that it only worked with NICs, so it refused to connect when I tryied to with a modem.

Results 1 to 2 of 2 Thread: How do I access an appletalk network with Windows XP? So the Printer by URL is: Enter your URL 12) Now you are on the page where you select your printer model/make. With a parallel port, and if the AsanteTalk bridge (and the AppleTalk protocol) is the problem, it may be possible to find an alternative via a (TCP/IP) print server.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated !!

Stay logged in Mac Support Forums Mac Help Forums Networking & Compatibility Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Privacy Policy Top Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2015 XenForo Ltd. Select "Network printer ..." then "Connect to a printer on the internet ..." and type the following in the space where it asks for the URL: http://ip_address:631/printers/name_of_printer Substitute the printer name It's connected to my wireless home network via an AsanteTalk bridge. Any ideas on what I could be missing.

Steve [ Reply to This | # ] Enable AppleTalk printer sharing with Windows Authored by: jbaugh on Apr 16, '03 10:06:58PM Fantastic! You can find out for sure by looking in the file /etc/cups/printers.conf (you will need to do this as super user). Thanks Top PPC_Digger Post subject: Re: Appletalk for XPPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2004 5:57 pm Forum All-Star Joined: Thu Jul 22, 2004 9:02 amPosts: 1053Location: Israel Trombone Bob Sorry. [ Reply to This | # ] less backslashs Authored by: jfg on Oct 29, '02 11:53:52PM I'm really goofing up.

Latest Mountain Lion Hints 10.8: AppleScript to close iCal Alerts Displaying film-related metadata columns in non-"Movies" folders in the Finder Send iMessages from the Finder Quick Look with a three-finger tap No error, no nothing. The bottom line is that for file & print sharing, there's nothing you can do to just your computer to make it work (unless you can find some piece of software Since I am not really familiar with the possibilities of said bridge, others will have to provide you with the necessary information.An Ethernet to parallel print server might be an option,

Privacy Policy Terms of Use Sales and Refunds Legal Site Map Login • Register The time is now: Sat Mar 18, 2017 2:03 am Emaculation wiki • Delete all board cookies This site is not responsible for what they say. anerki uix_expand uix_collapse Registered Joined: Oct 8, 2000 Messages: 392 Likes Received: 0 Hyo all, Does anybody know how I can connect a PC with Windows XP on an Appletalk network Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search apple.com Shopping Bag : CommunitiesSign inPostBrowse discussionsContact SupportSearchCommunitiesContact SupportSign inContentPeopleSearch Support CommunitiesOlder Hardware Please

This sounds encouraging.To install AppleTalk protocol to Windows XPRequired files: (Get them from any system running Windows 2000 Professional or Server)netatlk.inf, sfmatalk.sys, sfmmon.dll, sfmatmsg.dll, sfmwshat.dll, sfmpsprt.dllIf they can not be found The only printer I've successfully added to my Windows computer is an HP inkjet, which worked some magic by installing a multitude of files from its install CD. My question is can you install the protocol from windows 2k and if so how?Thanks I did it sometime ago with NetBEUI by copying some INF file from the windows INF All rights reserved.