Thanks for the nice words about my book. I'm revising it now for Whistler. Look for the new issue near the end of this year.
I checked Xerox's web site and found W2K drivers for the N2125. Try installing this driver on the W2K desktops:
If the problem persists, try this. The N2125 supports direct TCP/IP printing. Configure a desktop to print directly to the printer via LPR. If this resolves the problem, then your simplest solution would be to put in a W2K print server for the W2K clients. It's not an elegant solution (that is, it doesn't resolve the true root cause) but it would get your users out of pain. That gives you time to work out the true solution with Microsoft Product Support Services and Xerox.
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