Printing to Netware printer

Discussion in 'Microsoft Windows 2000 Netware' started by Fred, Sep 24, 2004.

  1. Fred

    Fred Guest

    I have a Windows 2000 SP2 workstation on a Novell 3.12
    network running Novell client 4.83. It has lost its
    connection to a networked HP 5Si printer connected to an
    Intel Netport Express XL. When I try to add the printer
    back in, I get the message "Could not connect to the
    printer. You either entered a printer name that was
    incorrect or the specified printer is no longer connected
    to the server. Check help for more information." When
    trying to add the printer, I use the program to search the
    network for printers and select the name of this
    particular printer from the list, so I know the name is
    correct and the program found the printer on the network.
    When I try to go on from there, I get the above message.
    No one else on the network is having any trouble printing
    to this printer and this workstation can connect to the
    network and print to and add other printers on the
    network. I have tried several things that I found in the
    knowledgebase, but none have worked. Any suggestions?
     
    Fred, Sep 24, 2004
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  2. Fred

    Peter Jam Guest

    Fred wrote:

    > I have a Windows 2000 SP2 workstation on a Novell 3.12
    > network running Novell client 4.83. It has lost its
    > connection to a networked HP 5Si printer connected to an
    > Intel Netport Express XL. When I try to add the printer
    > back in, I get the message "Could not connect to the
    > printer. You either entered a printer name that was
    > incorrect or the specified printer is no longer connected
    > to the server. Check help for more information." When
    > trying to add the printer, I use the program to search the
    > network for printers and select the name of this
    > particular printer from the list, so I know the name is
    > correct and the program found the printer on the network.
    > When I try to go on from there, I get the above message.
    > No one else on the network is having any trouble printing
    > to this printer and this workstation can connect to the
    > network and print to and add other printers on the
    > network. I have tried several things that I found in the
    > knowledgebase, but none have worked. Any suggestions?


    What does the Netport say when you query it? Been a while since I used
    that software. But I think it shows the status of the ports and there
    is a Netware config. It is possible the Intel died.
    Peter
     
    Peter Jam, Sep 27, 2004
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