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Viewing installed network printers on a remote Win7 Ent. remotely.
Just joined the forum, so I have this is the correct subforum for my question. Here goes.
Back during the XP days, in a domain setting, you could browse to a remote computer and view what printers were installed on that machine, local printers via usb/etc AND printers who's queue reside on a print server.
I cannot do that in a Windows 7 environment. Windows 7 clients, Win 2008 R2 print server.
Turned off the firewall on the clients and server.
Put test machines and print server in an OU that doesn't get any Group Policy.
Turned on Network Discovery
Turned on file/print sharing
Turned on public folder sharing
(there's no antivirus, 3rd party firewall, etc in place).
On my test machine, I installed a printer. \\printserver\testprinter
On my work machine I browsed to my test machine by opening Windows Explorer: \\testmachine
Click on 'View remote printer'
I can see the default local printers (Fax, Microsoft XPS Doc Writer, etc) but I do NOT see the printer I installed who's queue is on the print server.
I've been googling and testing this all day. Is there something I'm missing here?
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