Hi. For Windows XP SP3, Unix Print Services for Windows installed and running, I figured so far: Step 1: (OK) lpr "share" a local attached printer: When I install a printer connected to LPTn at PC1, then it's immediately available as lpr queue printer, and the queue name is exactly the name of the printer as displayed in "Printers" applet. No Windows Printer Sharing is requiered for that. From a differen WinXP with unix print services installed (PC2), I can use this lpr queue without problems, by createing a local lpr port, IP=<fist-pc's-IP>, name=<first-pc's-local-printer-name> Step 2: (howto?) From PC2: Now I'd like to lpr "share" the "used" printer, "connected" to the local lpr port once more, so that it's available to other PCs, that can reach PC2, but *NOT* PC1. I found some articles around telling, that I would need to share that (lpr port printer on PC2), and that the lpr queue will take over the name of the Win Printer Share. But this is *NOT* fact! Questions: 1.) Is it generally possible to "lpr share" non local printers as lpr queue? howto? 2.) Is there a tool to list the lpr queue's names of a given WinXP SP3 PC with UNIX Print Services installed? 3.) where is the lpr queue name stored (propably in the registry)? Or is it concatenated from other information? Any suggestions, or pointing me to further documentation I have missed so far, will be mostly appreciated. Regards, Rudi.