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Windows 7: Can add printer but not show when switch user

21 Jun 2011   #1
densei27

Windows 7 Pro 32 bits
 
 
Can add printer but not show when switch user

Dear All

Our office used Windows 7 pro 32bit, when new PC come out team install OS and other application for user, but we used usr name "IT" that have permission to install on our domain. we have 1 LPT Driver , and 2 Network printer. I complete to install printer and can print out, but when I switch user to "IT1" that have permission only user. on IT1 user we not see any printer on "device and printer" but when we open microsoft outlook and select "print" we can found printer that user "IT" add, How I can set every user that login to this computer can see printer that add by user "IT"


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29 Jun 2011   #2
densei27

Windows 7 Pro 32 bits
 
 

can somebody help me
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30 Jun 2011   #3
dsperber

Windows 7 Pro x64 (1), Win7 Pro X64 (2)
 
 

I'm not sure it will solve your problem, but if you get your "administrator" to update the Printer Properties -> Security tab on the printer, to add an "everyone" user which has "print" capability, that might cover all users.

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30 Jun 2011   #4
densei27

Windows 7 Pro 32 bits
 
 

dear dsperber

sorry that comunicate worng, our problem is, when I manual add local printer (USB, LPT1 ) it compleate to install but it not show on device and printer, I already follow your recommend but it can not solve it
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