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Unable to Print to Network Printer from Limited User Accounts

All users in my XP Professional PC were able to print to a network printer
until now. Now, the only account that can print to the network printer is the
admin account. I have an HP PSC 2200 series PC. The PC is shared in a PC
running windows 98. I have printing and file sharing enable in the windows 98
PC. I have also installed Norton 360, but I do not think this is the problem
as I uninstalled Norton 360 and limited user accounts were still not able to
print to network printer. Like I said, all accounts were printer before this
issue. Any help is appreciated.
Oct 22 '08 #1
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"Jbarber" <Jb*****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
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All users in my XP Professional PC were able to print to a network printer
until now. Now, the only account that can print to the network printer is
the
admin account. I have an HP PSC 2200 series PC. The PC is shared in a PC
running windows 98. I have printing and file sharing enable in the windows
98
PC. I have also installed Norton 360, but I do not think this is the
problem
as I uninstalled Norton 360 and limited user accounts were still not able
to
print to network printer. Like I said, all accounts were printer before
this
issue. Any help is appreciated.

1. Get the Norton complete uninstall utility from their web site. Norton
cannot be completely removed with a simple uninstall.

2. You need to ask your Windows XP question in an appropriate group. This is
a
..NET programming group.
To find the group you need...

As you appear to be using a web interface:

http://www.microsoft.com/communities...s/default.aspx

Click the + beside your language. then scroll down to Windows. In Windows,
find the category for Windows XP. Open it and find a group to post
in.

Oct 22 '08 #2

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