Mapping a printer in Windows 2000

Mapping a printer in Windows 2000 is super-easy. User Chuck Corpening's tidbit of a tip explains.

Mapping a Printer in Windows 2000 just couldn't get any easier! Browse your Network to your Print Server, right...

click on the printer you want to connect to and choose connect. That's it, you're done!


This was first published in June 2001

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