6. The quick installation program will not only set up the print
server, but also create and setup all required objects on the file
server. When setup is complete, it will display an execution
command that you can run after logging into the file server to
redirect print commands to the new print server.
capture /S=III /Q=PRINTSERVER_Q1 /nt /nff /nb /l=1 /ti=10
This command redirects the LPT1 port (/l=1) to the print queue
PRINTSERVER_Q1 on the file server named III. No banner page
will be printed (/nb); no form feed will be added to the end of the
job (/nff); and tabs will not be expanded into spaces (/nt). If the
program does not explicitly signal end-of-job, the capture facility
will wait 10 seconds (/ti=10) before assuming that the print job is
complete.
7. Reset the print server to have the changes take effect.
Before printing, you may want to verify that the setup was
complete. Using the Print Server Status option of the PSETUP
command (as described in the following section), you can verify
that the print server is connected to the right file server and is
using the correct network frame type.
You may also want to use the NetWare PCONSOLE program to
verify that:
A NetWare print server and one, two, or three print queue(s) have
been created on the file server. The number of print queues
created is equal to the number of printer ports on your print
server.
Printer 0 (or Printer 1, Printer 2) on the print server is serving the
new print queue(s).
The print queue(s) and print server have the right permissions and
notification settings.
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