"Joe G" <!@!.!> wrote in message
When you are running IP then NPRINTER.EXE is out, but you can
use the free PPRD (IP LPD print server) for that.
I have made available a plug-n-play boot disk that will
detect your nic and automatically boot up PPRD.
It is featured on CoolSolutions (Nprinter replacement for Pure IP):
trenches/tr_nprinter_nw.html (wrap these two on one line)
Also explained on: http://www.veder.com/nwdsk/#faq39
(with a link to the SFX-image to create the boot disk)
> NPrinter.exe is the command line version.
> I got it confused with nptwin95