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Print DOS sur USB

HOWTO: Print to a USB Printer from DOS in Windows XP  5/18/2009 4:00 PM  djamloops
So here is what I did to eliminate the need to change the printer settings/processor and provide 100% compatibility for all printers.

1) Share the local Windows printer (interface is irrelevant)
2) From the command prompt issue the "net use" command (NET USE LPT1: \\[Computer Name]\Printer /PERSISTENT:YES)
3) Add a new local printer (uncheck Auto Detect), select LPT1:, find the "Generic/Text only" printer listed under the Manufacturer "Generic".

Voila. You now have a DOS printer that can be redirected to ANY PRINTER, CONNECTED TO ANY PORT!!!!

And best of all, is FREE!!!
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In order to print from DOS in an offline environment like the stores, you will need to do a couple of things.

 
1)      Install the Microsoft Loopback Adapter
a)      In Control Panel, double click on Add Hardware.
b)      Click Next
c)      When the scan finishes, select "Yes, I have already connected the hardware"
d)     Click Next
e)      Scroll to the bottom of the list and select "Add a new hardware device"  Click Next
f)       Select "Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced)"
g)      Click Next
h)      Select "Network Adapters"
i)        Click Next
j)        Select "Microsoft" under the Manufacturer list.
k)      Select "Microsoft Loopback Adapter" in the Network Adapter list.
l)        Click Next
m)    Click Next
n)      Click Finish

2)      Configure the Adapter
a)      The loopback adapter is a virtual network adapter and can be configured the same as a regular network card.
b)      Set the adapter to have a static IP address such as 192.168.1.1/ 255.255.255.0
3)      Share the printer.
a)      I recommend you use a share name that you will remember.  I used “Printer” in the new machines that are already deployed.
4)      Capture the printer port.
a)      NET USE LPT1: \\[Computer Name]\Printer /PERSISTENT:YES
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re: HOWTO: Print to a USB Printer from DOS in Windows XP  1/18/2009 1:15 PM  Sanjaya
Thanks to Steven.

your tips works like charm:

>Hello,

Anyone tried this?

In Windows
1) Install the printer in windows.
2) Close all programs
3) Click on "Start"
4) Choose "Settings" then "Printers and Faxes"
All of your printers should now be listed.
5) Do a "right mouse" click on your printers name
6) Choose "Properties" from the popup menu
7) Click on the "Ports" tab at the top
8) Write down the name of your USB port name (just incase)
9) Click on the "Enable Printer Pooling" checkbox
     Note: This should put a checkmark in that box.
10) Now scroll up or down through all of your listed ports and click on the "LPT1" port to place a checkmark in it.
      Note: You should now have 2 ports selected - USB & LPT1
11) Click on “Advanced” tab.
12) Click on “Print Processor..” button.
13) Select “TEXT” from “Default datatype:” list.
14) Click “OK”
15) Click on "Apply" and "Ok".
16) Restart your program and try printing.

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