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Enabled=yes \
EnableLPD=yes
NOTE: The PrinterID is the exact text of the Windows printer driver name, so if a printer driver is
named HP LaserJet 4000 Series PCL in Windows, then it must be exactly the same in the PrinterID
field in the INI parameters including capitalizations and spaces.
Configuring ThinPrint
No ThinPrint specific configuration is available on the thin clients. Thus to be able to use ThinPrint, users
must first set up their printers according to the user documentation, and then configure ThinPrint on the
thin client using the Printer Setup dialog box.
To configure the ThinPrint, use the following guidelines:
Use the Printer Identification field to enter a printer class (you can change the printer name as
needed).
Printer IDs are assigned (depending on the physical port) as follows:
COM1 = 1
COM2 = 2
LPT1 = 3 — USB printers are detected automatically on LPT1
LPT2 = 4
LPD0 = 5– The LPD Queue name is transmitted as the printer name; the Printer Identification as
class
LPD1 = 6 — The LPD Queue name is transmitted as the printer name; the Printer Identification as
class
LPD2 = 7 — The LPD Queue name is transmitted as the printer name; the Printer Identification as
class
LPD3 = 8 — The LPD Queue name is transmitted as the printer name; the Printer Identification as
class
SMB1 = 9 — In the form \\host\printershare
SMB2 = 10
SMB3 = 11
SMB4 = 12
To install the relevant ThinPrint product on the server use the following guidelines:
Printer Objects Created Manually by the Administrator — After you install.print Engine, create a
printer object on the server to use the native driver and ThinPort as a printer port. You can use any
protocol (TCP, RDP or ICA) because ThinOS has.print clients for all of the protocols. The printer object
needs to observe ThinPrint naming conventions, for example, HPLJ5#_:2, in which case print jobs are
sent to the local printer that has ID number .2 by referring to.print client port ID. If no ID number is
present, the.print client sends the print job to the printer set as current.
Printer Objects Created Automatically by ThinPrint AutoConnect — When using ThinPrint
AutoConnect, the thin client identifies with the thin client ID number 84 and thus is recognized as a
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