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Removing Appletalk from Domain

Removing Appletalk from Domain

Removing Appletalk from Domain

We are in the process of installing a new network at our newspaper. We have had problems seeding the network with appletalk in the past and want to rid ourselves of the headache.

 Our production Macintoshes connect to an SQL database via TCP/IP. We do not have any appletalk printers. We are capturing appletalk printing devices on our NT 4.0 servers. Is there any reason we cannot print via TCP/IP to network printers?

 To us it seems as though it is not necessary to have appletalk on the network

 How would you test this scenario without interrupting the production of the newspaper.



RE: Removing Appletalk from Domain

You can not turn off apple talk if you are using os 9 as the operating system requires it.
If you were using Mac osx then yes turn off apple talk.

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