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By Mr. Origami ·
NOTE: IP addresses below are not the ones I am really using. They are for ease of the question..
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I have a Win2k Svr running IIS with shared local printers. My NIC is assigned 2 private IP addresses. Say 1.1.1.1 and 1.1.1.2. Our company Intranet is the default web site and should not be available to the public, so in IIS, it is set to use the IP 1.1.1.1 and there is no public NAT mapping for it. I have created another site at 1.1.1.2 and set it's home directory to be winnt/web/printers -also enabled anonymous access. I can browse locally to 1.1.1.2 and pull up the Internet Printers page fine.

Cisco router has a NAT mapping for local 1.1.1.2 mapping to public 9.9.9.9. (Not really - but easy numbers for this question.) It forwardsport 80. When browsing from home to 9.9.9.9 (and I have the IPPClient installed) I get the following error:
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An error occurred processing your request.
Error Code: 80070035
Note: Get ADSI Printers
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Microsoft kb has articleQ252416 that says this happens when the Win2k machine is running NAT. My machine is NOT running NAT - the Cisco router is.

So - how do I get Internet Printing to work (without exposing the default web's intranet)?

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by ghurley In reply to Internet Printing not wor ...

As a first step, suggest you REMOVE Anonymous access from the Printers folder; the Anonymous account might not have the necessary rights, permissions, etc. on the server, to complete the requests. Your error "Get ADSI Printers" could well be causedby insufficient permissions.

I'd suggest trying it with the IIS defaults permissions, which for the Printers folder do not include Anonymous.

If you actually want Anonymous users to be able to access these printers, you will have to upgrade the privileges of the Anonymous account. This of course will require careful analysis, to avoid security problems).

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