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Windows 7 Not Seeing NDPS

Windows 7 Not Seeing NDPS

Windows 7 Not Seeing NDPS

I am starting to venture down the Windows 7 road. I've installed 7 with the latest Netware client(V2 sp1). When I attempt to add a printer Windows 7 lists the printers IP addresses but not through NDPS.

Does the Netware client install NDPS as a default? I didn't see it available during the install. If it does install NDPS any ideas as to why I am not able to see those printers?   

RE: Windows 7 Not Seeing NDPS

No NDPS in Windows 7

Setup iPrint and use the iPrint client on Windows 7,  iPrint is just NDPS modules with IPP enabled and a pretty web front end.


Brent Schmidt                    Senior Network Engineer
Keep IT Simple http://www.kiscc.com  
Novell Platinum Partner          Microsoft Gold Partner
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RE: Windows 7 Not Seeing NDPS

If you cannot see the printer although you already installed the driver on the computer, you need to edit the registry of the OS.Second option, go to the device manager uninstalled the printer driver and restart the computer.it will work fine after the reboot.

RE: Windows 7 Not Seeing NDPS

But you might as well get iprint going - it's the future, in as much as Novell has a future.

But definitely, NDPS is passe.

RE: Windows 7 Not Seeing NDPS

Agree'd, your novell printers should be created as IPP or LDR.  Even then tho, you still may have problems, some of the windows 7 cans just will use the "queue" but nothing prints.

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