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Anonymous
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February 28, 2005 4:21:04 AM

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I'm trying to share my HP Laserjet 1200 printer, but when I set it to Shared,
I get the message "Printer Settings Could Not Be Saved. Operation Could Not
Be Completed." I've tried as both my own account and as Administrator, but
with the same result.
Is there some hidden setting that I am not aware of?
Thanks, to anyone who can help me.

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Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 5:27:06 AM

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Hi, Jim-

According to HP (see
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Docume...)
there are three different flavors of the HP Laserjet 1200. Clarification on
which one you have may or may not be necessary, but I suggest you go to that
page and read it thoroughly for your particular printer.
If you are using a Windows driver - rather than the complete driverset as
provided by HP - apparently full functionality of what is on the Windows CD
is not available due to the size of the full driverset.
This may resolve your issues.

Good luck!


"Jim Wyse" wrote:

> I'm trying to share my HP Laserjet 1200 printer, but when I set it to Shared,
> I get the message "Printer Settings Could Not Be Saved. Operation Could Not
> Be Completed." I've tried as both my own account and as Administrator, but
> with the same result.
> Is there some hidden setting that I am not aware of?
> Thanks, to anyone who can help me.
>
Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 7:25:05 AM

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Thanks, Danor,
I've tried that, bit it made no difference.
I'm only using the Windows XP drivers, as the HP Install program won't run
from the CD, but I don't think this can be the problem, can it?
Isn't it something in XP, that's stopping me from saving the changed
configuration?
Jim

"Danor" wrote:

> Hi, Jim-
>
> According to HP (see
> http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Docume...)
> there are three different flavors of the HP Laserjet 1200. Clarification on
> which one you have may or may not be necessary, but I suggest you go to that
> page and read it thoroughly for your particular printer.
> If you are using a Windows driver - rather than the complete driverset as
> provided by HP - apparently full functionality of what is on the Windows CD
> is not available due to the size of the full driverset.
> This may resolve your issues.
>
> Good luck!
>
>
> "Jim Wyse" wrote:
>
> > I'm trying to share my HP Laserjet 1200 printer, but when I set it to Shared,
> > I get the message "Printer Settings Could Not Be Saved. Operation Could Not
> > Be Completed." I've tried as both my own account and as Administrator, but
> > with the same result.
> > Is there some hidden setting that I am not aware of?
> > Thanks, to anyone who can help me.
> >
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Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 7:31:14 AM

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I've just tried to share an HP Deskjet 930C, and got exactly the same result.
There must be something in my setup of WinXP that's stopping me, but what is
it?

"Jim Wyse" wrote:

> I'm trying to share my HP Laserjet 1200 printer, but when I set it to Shared,
> I get the message "Printer Settings Could Not Be Saved. Operation Could Not
> Be Completed." I've tried as both my own account and as Administrator, but
> with the same result.
> Is there some hidden setting that I am not aware of?
> Thanks, to anyone who can help me.
>
Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 7:33:02 AM

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I've just tried to share an HP Deskjet 930C, and got exactly the same response.
There must be something in WinXP that's stopping me, but what is it?
Jim

"Jim Wyse" wrote:

> Thanks, Danor,
> I've tried that, bit it made no difference.
> I'm only using the Windows XP drivers, as the HP Install program won't run
> from the CD, but I don't think this can be the problem, can it?
> Isn't it something in XP, that's stopping me from saving the changed
> configuration?
> Jim
>
> "Danor" wrote:
>
> > Hi, Jim-
> >
> > According to HP (see
> > http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Docume...)
> > there are three different flavors of the HP Laserjet 1200. Clarification on
> > which one you have may or may not be necessary, but I suggest you go to that
> > page and read it thoroughly for your particular printer.
> > If you are using a Windows driver - rather than the complete driverset as
> > provided by HP - apparently full functionality of what is on the Windows CD
> > is not available due to the size of the full driverset.
> > This may resolve your issues.
> >
> > Good luck!
> >
> >
> > "Jim Wyse" wrote:
> >
> > > I'm trying to share my HP Laserjet 1200 printer, but when I set it to Shared,
> > > I get the message "Printer Settings Could Not Be Saved. Operation Could Not
> > > Be Completed." I've tried as both my own account and as Administrator, but
> > > with the same result.
> > > Is there some hidden setting that I am not aware of?
> > > Thanks, to anyone who can help me.
> > >
Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 5:43:58 PM

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On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 04:33:02 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
>
> I've just tried to share an HP Deskjet 930C, and got exactly the same response.
> There must be something in WinXP that's stopping me, but what is it?
> Jim

Are you using Home or Professional?

Do you have simple file sharing enabled or disabled?

Are you configuring the printer sharing as an Administrator level account?

I've found that when using limited accounts that in some instances you
can't even add a printer. The same is true for many settings, unless you
change the account to Administrator level, make the settings changes, then
limit the account, you may not be able to set it up.


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Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 5:43:59 PM

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XP Pro.
Yes, I've even tried logging in as Administrator, but it made no difference!

"Leythos" wrote:

> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 04:33:02 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
> >
> > I've just tried to share an HP Deskjet 930C, and got exactly the same response.
> > There must be something in WinXP that's stopping me, but what is it?
> > Jim
>
> Are you using Home or Professional?
>
> Do you have simple file sharing enabled or disabled?
>
> Are you configuring the printer sharing as an Administrator level account?
>
> I've found that when using limited accounts that in some instances you
> can't even add a printer. The same is true for many settings, unless you
> change the account to Administrator level, make the settings changes, then
> limit the account, you may not be able to set it up.
>
>
> --
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>
>
Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 6:18:53 PM

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On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 07:15:02 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:

> XP Pro.
> Yes, I've even tried logging in as Administrator, but it made no difference!

How about this - can you share a folder? Create C:\TEST1, then share it,
does it let you share it?

If you can share a folder, but can't share a printer, have you completely
uninstalled the printer, rebooted, logged in as Administrator, reinstalled
the printer, and then as Administrator, shared it?

thx

>
> "Leythos" wrote:
>
>> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 04:33:02 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
>> >
>> > I've just tried to share an HP Deskjet 930C, and got exactly the same response.
>> > There must be something in WinXP that's stopping me, but what is it?
>> > Jim
>>
>> Are you using Home or Professional?
>>
>> Do you have simple file sharing enabled or disabled?
>>
>> Are you configuring the printer sharing as an Administrator level account?
>>
>> I've found that when using limited accounts that in some instances you
>> can't even add a printer. The same is true for many settings, unless you
>> change the account to Administrator level, make the settings changes, then
>> limit the account, you may not be able to set it up.
>>
>>
>> --
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>>
>>


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Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 6:18:54 PM

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Yeeha! Sorted!

Would you believe it, File and Printer Sharing wasn't installed!

Thanks,

Jim

"Leythos" wrote:

> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 07:15:02 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
>
> > XP Pro.
> > Yes, I've even tried logging in as Administrator, but it made no difference!
>
> How about this - can you share a folder? Create C:\TEST1, then share it,
> does it let you share it?
>
> If you can share a folder, but can't share a printer, have you completely
> uninstalled the printer, rebooted, logged in as Administrator, reinstalled
> the printer, and then as Administrator, shared it?
>
> thx
>
> >
> > "Leythos" wrote:
> >
> >> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 04:33:02 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
> >> >
> >> > I've just tried to share an HP Deskjet 930C, and got exactly the same response.
> >> > There must be something in WinXP that's stopping me, but what is it?
> >> > Jim
> >>
> >> Are you using Home or Professional?
> >>
> >> Do you have simple file sharing enabled or disabled?
> >>
> >> Are you configuring the printer sharing as an Administrator level account?
> >>
> >> I've found that when using limited accounts that in some instances you
> >> can't even add a printer. The same is true for many settings, unless you
> >> change the account to Administrator level, make the settings changes, then
> >> limit the account, you may not be able to set it up.
> >>
> >>
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> >>
> >>
>
>
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>
Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 6:43:26 PM

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On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 07:43:07 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:

> Yeeha! Sorted!
>
> Would you believe it, File and Printer Sharing wasn't installed!
>
> Thanks,

Glad I could help - if you are not behind a NAT device or a Firewall and
are directly connected to the Internet, you should strongly consider a NAT
box at the very least. F&PS exposed to a public network is a dangerous way
to operate.

> "Leythos" wrote:
>
>> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 07:15:02 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
>>
>> > XP Pro.
>> > Yes, I've even tried logging in as Administrator, but it made no difference!
>>
>> How about this - can you share a folder? Create C:\TEST1, then share it,
>> does it let you share it?
>>
>> If you can share a folder, but can't share a printer, have you completely
>> uninstalled the printer, rebooted, logged in as Administrator, reinstalled
>> the printer, and then as Administrator, shared it?
>>
>> thx
>>
>> >
>> > "Leythos" wrote:
>> >
>> >> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 04:33:02 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> > I've just tried to share an HP Deskjet 930C, and got exactly the same response.
>> >> > There must be something in WinXP that's stopping me, but what is it?
>> >> > Jim
>> >>
>> >> Are you using Home or Professional?
>> >>
>> >> Do you have simple file sharing enabled or disabled?
>> >>
>> >> Are you configuring the printer sharing as an Administrator level account?
>> >>
>> >> I've found that when using limited accounts that in some instances you
>> >> can't even add a printer. The same is true for many settings, unless you
>> >> change the account to Administrator level, make the settings changes, then
>> >> limit the account, you may not be able to set it up.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> --
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>> >> remove 999 in order to email me
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
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>>
>>


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Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 6:43:27 PM

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Yes, I know, that's why F&PS wasn't installed in the first place!
However, I'm behind a NAT Device and a hardware firewall, but I will keep my
eye on things, all the same1

Thanks,

Jim


"Leythos" wrote:

> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 07:43:07 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
>
> > Yeeha! Sorted!
> >
> > Would you believe it, File and Printer Sharing wasn't installed!
> >
> > Thanks,
>
> Glad I could help - if you are not behind a NAT device or a Firewall and
> are directly connected to the Internet, you should strongly consider a NAT
> box at the very least. F&PS exposed to a public network is a dangerous way
> to operate.
>
> > "Leythos" wrote:
> >
> >> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 07:15:02 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
> >>
> >> > XP Pro.
> >> > Yes, I've even tried logging in as Administrator, but it made no difference!
> >>
> >> How about this - can you share a folder? Create C:\TEST1, then share it,
> >> does it let you share it?
> >>
> >> If you can share a folder, but can't share a printer, have you completely
> >> uninstalled the printer, rebooted, logged in as Administrator, reinstalled
> >> the printer, and then as Administrator, shared it?
> >>
> >> thx
> >>
> >> >
> >> > "Leythos" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 04:33:02 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
> >> >> >
> >> >> > I've just tried to share an HP Deskjet 930C, and got exactly the same response.
> >> >> > There must be something in WinXP that's stopping me, but what is it?
> >> >> > Jim
> >> >>
> >> >> Are you using Home or Professional?
> >> >>
> >> >> Do you have simple file sharing enabled or disabled?
> >> >>
> >> >> Are you configuring the printer sharing as an Administrator level account?
> >> >>
> >> >> I've found that when using limited accounts that in some instances you
> >> >> can't even add a printer. The same is true for many settings, unless you
> >> >> change the account to Administrator level, make the settings changes, then
> >> >> limit the account, you may not be able to set it up.
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> --
> >> >> spam999free@rrohio.com
> >> >> remove 999 in order to email me
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> spam999free@rrohio.com
> >> remove 999 in order to email me
> >>
> >>
>
>
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>
>
Anonymous
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March 1, 2005 7:07:28 PM

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On Tue, 01 Mar 2005 08:09:03 -0800, Jim Wyse wrote:
>
> Yes, I know, that's why F&PS wasn't installed in the first place!
> However, I'm behind a NAT Device and a hardware firewall, but I will keep my
> eye on things, all the same1

One more thing - depending on the NAT device, you may be able to use
WallWatcher - the Linksys line, if you enable LOGS, works really well with
WW and it will show in real-time the in/out bound traffic by IP/PORT. It
works with other vendors products, but not as well as the Linksys line.

http://www.sonic.net/wallwatcher/

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I'm trying to share my HP Laserjet 1200 printer, but when I set it to Shared,
I get the message "Printer Settings Could Not Be Saved. Operation Could Not
Be Completed." I've tried as both my own account and as Administrator, but
with the same result.
Is there some hidden setting that I am not aware of?
Thanks, to anyone who can help me.

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