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Title: MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration


1
MCTS Guide to Microsoft Windows Server 2008
Network Infrastructure Configuration
  • Chapter 8
  • Introduction to Printers in a Windows
    Server 2008 Network

2
Objectives
  • Discuss the Windows Printer Model and how it is
    implemented in Windows Server 2008
  • Install the Print Services components of Windows
    Server 2008
  • Deploy printers with Windows Server 2008
  • Configure printers on a Windows Server 2008
    network

3
Windows Printer Model for Windows Server 2008
  • Components most often found in Windows printing
    environments
  • Print device
  • Printer driver
  • Printer
  • Print server
  • In Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista, the
    printer driver can render print job in
  • Enhanced metafile
  • XML paper specification

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Windows Printer Types
  • Locally attached printers
  • Connected directly to a physical computer port
  • Print job document submitted by a client
    computer for processing through the logical
    printer
  • Network attached printers
  • Contain a network adapter or connect to a
    hardware print server that manages it
  • Using a logical printer on every client
  • Each computer acts as its own print server by
    maintaining the printer settings and drivers

6
Windows Printer Types (continued)
  • Activity 8-1 Installing a Local Printer
  • Time Required 10 minutes
  • Objective Install a locally attached printer

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Windows Printer Types (continued)
  • Using a Windows Server 2008 print server
  • With a print server, all network clients can
    print through the server when they are connected
    to it
  • Often, File Services and Print Services are
    deployed on the same machine because both perform
    short transactions that work well together

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Deploying Printers and Print Services
  • Installing the Print Services role
  • Print Server the only required service when
    installing the Print Services role
  • Line Printer Daemon service
  • Allows access to shared printers from computers
    that use the Line Printer Remote (LPR) service
  • Internet printing
  • Role service creates a Web site that hosts
    printers

11
Deploying Printers and Print Services (continued)
  • Activity 8-2 Installing the Print Services Role
  • Time Required 15 minutes
  • Objective Install the Print Services role along
    with the print server role service

12
Deploying Printers and Print Services (continued)
  • Activity 8-3 Connecting to a Network Printer
    Using a Web Browser
  • Time Required 15 minutes
  • Objective Install the Internet printing role
    service

13
Deploying Printers and Print Services (continued)
  • Installing Print Services and Printers on Server
    Core
  • Server Core can be used as a print server
  • After Server Core is set up as a print server,
    you can deploy printers to it

14
Deploying Printers and Print Services (continued)
  • Activity 8-4 Installing the Print Services Role
    on Server Core
  • Time Required 15 minutes
  • Objective Configure Server Core as a print server

15
Deploying Printers and Print Services (continued)
  • Activity 8-5 Installing a Printer on Server Core
  • Time Required 15 minutes
  • Objective Install a network printer on Server
    Core

16
Deploying Printers to Clients
  • Add Printer Wizard in Control Panel
  • Users who have permissions can use the Add
    Printer Wizard on their client computer
  • Adding Shared Printer Resources with Windows
    Explorer
  • Printers share contains all printers available on
    the print server
  • Adding a Printer with a UNC Path
  • You can add printers by using the UNC path to the
    printer

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Deploying Printers to Clients (continued)
  • Activity 8-6 Adding a Network Printer
  • Time Required 5 minutes
  • Objective Add a network printer to use an LPR
    port

19
Deploying Printers to Clients (continued)
  • Activity 8-7 Finding a Network Printer Using
    Active Directory
  • Time Required 5 minutes
  • Objective Use the Active Directory search window

20
Deploying Printers to Clients (continued)
  • Activity 8-8 Connecting to a Network Printer
    Using a UNC Path
  • Time Required 5 minutes
  • Objective Add a network printer

21
Deploying Printers to Clients (continued)
  • Adding printers using Group Policy
  • You can then deploy printers to both users and
    computers via Group Policy
  • You can use both Computer configuration and User
    configuration policies

22
Deploying Printers to Clients (continued)
  • Activity 8-9 Adding a Printer to a Group Policy
    Object
  • Time Required 10 minutes
  • Objective Add a printer to a Group Policy object

23
Configuring Printer Resources
  • Sharing a stand-alone Printer
  • Shared printers are not available in Active
    Directory by default

24
Configuring Printer Resources (continued)
  • Activity 8-10 Sharing a Local Printer
  • Time Required 5 minutes
  • Objective Set up a local printer for sharing

25
Changing Permissions on a Printer
  • Printers use permissions based on Access Control
    Lists to manage access and control usage
  • By using these permissions effectively
  • You can allow users to print to specific printers
    and allow certain users or groups to manage the
    print queues of a printer

26
Changing Permissions on a Printer (continued)
  • Activity 8-11 Setting Permissions on a Shared
    Printer
  • Time Required 5 minutes
  • Objective Manage printer share permissions

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Changing the Printer Port
  • Printer port
  • The connection that printers use to send print
    jobs to a print device
  • Reasons for changing printer ports
  • Replacing a new print device
  • Changing the IP address of a network print device
  • Migrating the jobs on a printer to a different
    print device when a print device fails
  • Creating a printer pool

29
Changing the Printer Port (continued)
  • Activity 8-12 Manually Creating a Printer Port
    (TCP/IP)
  • Time Required 10 minutes
  • Objective Manually create printer ports

30
Changing the Printer Port (continued)
  • Activity 8-13 Changing the Port on a Printer
  • Time Required 5 minutes
  • Objective Manage printer ports

31
Creating a Printer Pool
  • Printer pool
  • Single printer that sends jobs to multiple print
    devices
  • Requirements you need to have two or more
    printers that can use the same printer driver

32
Creating a Printer Pool (continued)
  • Activity 8-14 Creating a Printer Pool
  • Time Required 5 minutes
  • Objective Create a printer pool using an
    existing printer

33
Creating Multiple Printers for a Single Print
Device
  • Activity 8-15 Creating an Additional Printer for
    the Exec Printers Group
  • Time Required 20 minutes
  • Objective Add a printer that prints to a single
    print device

34
Creating Multiple Printers for a Single Print
Device (continued)
  • Activity 8-16 Changing the Print Priority
  • Time Required 10 minutes
  • Objective Change printer priority

35
Creating Multiple Printers for a Single Print
Device (continued)
  • Activity 8-17 Scheduling Printers
  • Time Required 10 minutes
  • Objective Create a printer schedule

36
Updating a Printer Driver
  • Activity 8-18 Updating a Printer Driver
  • Time Required 10 minutes
  • Objective Update printer drivers

37
Managing Printers and Print Services
  • PMC
  • Installed on Full versions of Windows Server 2008
    when the Print Server role service is installed
  • Available as a stand-alone Microsoft Management
    Console (MMC) or through the Server Manager
    console

38
Working with Print Queues
  • Activity 8-19 Migrating a Print Queue
  • Time Required 10 minutes
  • Objective Migrate a print queue from a failed
    print device

39
Managing Server Core Print Services
  • Print Servers installed on Server Core can be
    managed in two ways
  • From Server Core console, you can use a
    combination of CLI utilities and built-in print
    scripts
  • Use the PMC from a computer running the Full
    version of Windows Server 2008

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Managing Server Core Print Services (continued)
  • Activity 8-20 Managing a Printer on Server Core
    using PMC
  • Time Required 10 minutes
  • Objective Remotely manage a printer using the PMC

42
Summary
  • Components involved in the printing process
  • Print device, the printer driver, and the print
    server
  • In Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista
  • The printer driver can render the print job in
    the EMF format
  • Windows Server 2008
  • Supports printing using locally attached printers
  • For most environments
  • Running the Print Server role service is the
    suggested method for managing multiple printers
    attached to the network

43
Summary (continued)
  • To install the Print Services role and the
    associated role services
  • You can use Server Manager or from the command
    line
  • Deploying printers
  • Typical administrative task
  • After deploying new printer resources
  • You may need to reconfigure them to meet the
    changing needs of your business
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