network printer stopped working

network printer stopped working

Post by DLKS » Wed, 27 Aug 2003 05:35:41

I don't know whether this belongs in the "remote desktop"
group or the "printing" group, so I'm posting it in
both... I have an HP laser printer that's a network
printer thru use of an HP jetdirect card. It was
installed using an old computer, which I have been using
for the past 5 months as the client in a remote desktop
configuration. Recently I reinstalled the basic (i.e. pre-
SP1) Windows XP Office program on this computer, using
the "update" command, and deleted "guest" from the list of
permitted users.

Now I can't access the computer via Remote Desktop (it
keeps telling me my passwords are invalid but I know that
they are not), and I also can't PRINT through the HP
network printer. When I look at "My Network Places" the
HP computer is shown as a shared computer connected
through my old computer. I think these two things (remote
desktop / printing) are related but I don't know how.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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this so thought I would post here and see if anyone has done it or knows for
sure there is no way to do it.

Thank You

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