+ 0 Votes Same type questiom shasca 5 years ago Look at the suggestions from this thread and see if any apply to your situation. http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-7343-0.html?forumID=101&threadID=276468&start=0 + 0 Votes Port Problem susie 5 years ago Thank you. I read thru this post but I am not sure how to check the port settings. Can you help me with that? Thank you. + 0 Votes local printer shasca 5 years ago That would be in the properties of the printers install location. where you would check the driver, advanced settings,sharing etc... He doesn't really say what it was, so I would think that the other suggestions are more valid in your case.\ Let us know + 0 Votes Network places susie 5 years ago I do not know how to Browse to the Network places like you said in the previous post. + 0 Votes Explorer shasca 5 years ago It would available on a "networked" PC in your windows Explorer. This would not be an option for a standalone, or home PC. + 0 Votes HOw susie 5 years ago Can you please talk me through it step by step? + 0 Votes Idea susie 5 years ago Just had a thought. I do not have this printer intalled on my Parallels. I need to do this first. If it does not work after that, I will post again. Thanks. + 0 Votes info shasca 5 years ago I guess you'll have to give us more to work with. "I can't get it to work" doesn't tell us what you have tried to this point, or how your local printer is setup. Can you see and print to the printer/s installed on the Server? Do you know how to browse the server network for available resources? Have your IT folks cofigured your VPN Connection to allow local printing from the network? This would be a VPN setting. For the server to be able to print to the local printer at your home you need to verify that it can see, communicate with it. Do you have in house IT Staff at your business?