In the last episode (Jun 17), Kent Stewart said:
> On Tuesday 17 June 2003 11:34 am, Dan Nelson wrote:
> > In the last episode (Jun 17), Dragoncrest said:
> > > Hi all. Ok, here's my situation. Just recently at work we switched
> > > over to our network being managed by a windows 2000 domain. (Stupid
> > >
> > > Cliff notes version of this:
> > > Need to login to domain to be able to print.
> > > Printer is a Ricoh network printer.
> > Cheat, and print directly to the printer :) Most support the lpd
> > protocol.
> You have to have installed the simple unix services on the NT derivatives
> server for this to work.
Ricoh printers run NT now? I mean print directly to the printer's IP
address, not to the NT server that routes Windows workstation
BTW, as for the original question, I think the smbclient command can
authenticate and print to SMB shared printers.
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