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Display the instruction for setting a Windows print server from a Linux computer.

Note:
	 1. the Linux instructions assume the redhat-config-printer-gui-0.6.47.3.13-1  package is installed. 
	 2. the same printtool mechanism is available in Centos and Redhat

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Step 1

Open the printtool program by typing printtool in the terminal, or open Applications -> System Settings -> Printing. You will be asked for the root password. Click New in the toolbar to add a printer.

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Step 2

Click Forward to begin.

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Step 3

Create a name of your choosing for the printer, and a short description if desired.

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Step 4

Select Networked Windows (SMB) as the printer type. Click Specify.

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Step 5

Enter print.lbl.gov as the server. Enter the printer share name under share. To find the share name, check the website http://print.lbl.gov. Click OK when finished.

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Step 6

Click Forward to continue.

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Step 7

Choose the printer manufacturer and model.

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Step 8

Click Finish.

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Step 9

Click Yes if you would like to print a test page.

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Step 10

Confirm the test page, if chosen in step 9.

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