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TCPIP Printing from ISA Server 2006

By KevinJRemsen ·
I'm hoping this is an easy question but I have not seen it anywhere else on the Net. I want to be able to print to a TCPIP printer from an ISA Server 2006. I also want to be able to share that printer to other clients on my network. I am using the ISA server for webfiltering only with a single NIC configuration. Can this be done and if so how?

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If thats a real network printer

by tintoman In reply to TCPIP Printing from ISA S ...

I see no reason why you can't plug it in to your router/ switch whatever you have and point your printer port to the ip address of the printer

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It should work???

by KevinJRemsen In reply to If thats a real network p ...

I agree that I should be able to print to any TCPIP printer but it's not working. I have a printer installed on a standard TCPIP port. I send a test page to it and it just sits there. If I disable the ISA server firewall the page goes through. ISA 2006 is blocking communications with it. Any idea how to let communications pass through?

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TCP-IPPrinting port

by sys-admin In reply to It should work???

You can create an access rule on the firewall allowing port 9100 from the localhost to locate host.

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