Report • #2 trvlr December 15, 2012 at 13:25:38 Some sources suggest lpt2 regardless, but certainly if lpt1 already enabled and in useAlso is the colon : necessary after net use Until someone has any other ideas, the only thing I've seen that might help was from a post over in the networking_sharing group from Davide Guolo: > you may want to The user has admin privs on the local machine. Two have been set up for up to a year. http://tdjonline.com/net-use/net-use-lpt1-delete-not-working.html
Please retry your request. Select Sharing and then enable sharing, and provide a name for the shared printer or accept the default name (remember what you named it -- you'll need it in the next After that, select your printer and continue until completion.The following steps will allow your DOS apps to print from the printer.Go to Printers and Faxes and right click the printer. Thanks. 0Votes Share Flag Back to Software Forum 5 total posts (Page 1 of 1) Search Start New Discussion Start New Discussion Create a new discussion If you're asking for
About Us Computing discussion forum with hardware and software reviews written by our experts. DISABLE the port in the BIOS and then remove from the device manager. >After that you should be able to redirect LPT1. > >"Wizard" wrote: > >> This line has always Until someone has any other ideas, This is all I was trying to answer for you. Login with LinkedIN Or Log In Locally Email Password Remember Me Forgot Password?Register ENGINEERING.com Eng-Tips Forums Tek-Tips Forums Search Posts Find A Forum Thread Number Find An Expert Resources Jobs
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Have a good day, RScotti remove "nospam" in order to email me. #6 (permalink) 04-19-2007 Dave R. RE: Printing with net use in dos with Vista SuZu01 (IS/IT--Management) (OP) 27 Jun 07 17:23 Sorry for confusion, my problem's only in dos and this program was used in Windows Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1382390 I had someone set this up for me and they told me to do the same for my home network.
The printer i am trying to print to has both an ip address of 184.108.40.206 and it is also hooked up to a computer with a directory of \\bikeshop-pc\brother I tried It's a simple set up. I can't uninstall the driver because it's included with the system. Could you please confirm if the application recognizes the printer properly? 2. If possible, please plug the printer to the local computer to test the issue again. In addition, please
Like so:lpt1: \\Owner-PC\CC8400 /persistent:yes Also, don't forget your net use command. I was hopeful that some of the users on this forum may have run into similar issues and have some ideas that I hadn't tried. What's your bat file look like? I had to physically attach and configure a real printer before I could enable printer sharing...) Started a command prompt and tried the NET USE LPT1: \\mycomputername\myprintername and got told that
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Becky posted Oct 31, 2016 Patriot Viper V360 7.1 Surround... NET USE LPT1: \\Pc296673087013\Textfile C:\util\LOAN.COM Changing the computer name to my Vista Home Premium's name, then using it on my new Vista laptop, causes an error 66, followed by "The network I had the same problem in my office but got around it using the "net use" command. When my program writes to LPT1: I get a small >>> window >>> that asks me to enter a file name to write to. >>> NET USE LPT1: \\Pc296673087013\Textfile >>> C:\util\LOAN.COM
I've no idea what else to try, but as far as I can tell it's just broken in Vista. On Fri, 20 Apr 2007 07:39:50 -0400, "Dave R."
After installing the printer I went went into DOS and typed the following:lpt1: \\Owner-PC\CC8400/persistent:yes and I received a "System error 66 has occured" message.
RE: Printing with net use in dos with Vista dilettante (MIS) 29 Jun 07 10:54 Sorry, I guess I'm just dense here because I've lost the thread of what is going The application is Real World accounting. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? The first had a status of "Error - Printing" >> and a >> port of FILE: >> Deleted the print jobs from the queue, and ran "NET USE LPT1: >> /DELETE"
On both of these machines, I've been able to share the printers and use NET USE LPT to connect them to a psuedo lpt port. Supplying a standard account user name and password failed with a system error 5 has occurred, access is denied. Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members! Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 5 total posts (Page 1 of 1) + Follow this Discussion · | Thread display: Collapse - | Expand +
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HELP! Cancel Red Flag SubmittedThank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action. Ran "echo blah>LPT1:" again, and it worked. Register now while it's still free!
Checked the print queue, and showed two documents called "Local Downlevel Document". RE: Printing with net use in dos with Vista linney (TechnicalUser) 27 Jun 07 15:52 Are you now saying, you can't print anything, DOS or otherwise?Network printing blocked by firewallhttp://help.wugnet.com/vista/Network-printing-blocked-firewall-ftopict42964.htmlFile and Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... The first had a status of "Error - Printing" and a port of FILE: Deleted the print jobs from the queue, and ran "NET USE LPT1: /DELETE" to remove the port
Microsoft doesn’t have much information about their product. Ran "echo blah>LPT1:" again, and it worked. Right click “cmd” under program list and click “Run as administrator”. 2. Notice however sometime the net use command is not retained across boots even if /persistent:YES is declared.