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Mon Dec 1 12:27:21 GMT 2003

When I install the W2K drivers and set the options for each printer, only users 
in the printer admin group see the customized settings.  Normal users only see 
the default settings that the driver originally installed, not the ones I edited 
(such as duplex installed, additional papertrays and output trays, and 
paper/tray assignment.)  The normal users are also unable to alter these 
settings as they are all greyed out.

	I built Samba 2.2.7 on an intel box running Redhat 7.3 using the same 
configure options as the Solaris box and use the same Samba configuration files 
as on my test Solaris 9 box.  In this case the printer settings I made as a 
printer admin did "stick" for normal user's be connecting to the printer.
	I was still unable to install Win 98 printer drivers.  (HP 4000N and HP 
8150 postscript drivers from HP's web site.)
	Are other Solaris users seeing this problem, or Not seeing this problem?
	Bob Martel
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