What is the difference between a Local and a Network printer?
A local printer is directly connected to the computer via a USB, Serial, Parallel, FireWire. A Network printer is connected via the network where no direct connection is made to the printer.
How are most local printers connected?
True / False: Network printers can be shared local printers that are connected to a print server?
True. Network printers can be either a local printer that's connected via a server, or a remote printer directly connected.
When you install the physical print device, refereed to as "Print Device", what must you do first?
Connect the printer and turn it on.
What is the file format Windows uses for the printer spool?
Enhanced Metafile (EMF)
After installing the physical print device, you need to create a _______ printer.
When you create a logical printer, you also load what into the system?
What are the two most common print languages?
Printer Control Language (PCL) Adobe PostScript (APS)
The print ___ is sent to the local spooler after after it is converted into PCL or APS?
What is the purpose of a print spooler?
A queue for print jobs, providing priority and the ability to cancel or pause jobs.
If the print job is sent to the local print device, where is the print job temporarily saved?
The local hard drive's print spool file.
If Windows determines the job is for a network print device, where is the print job sent?
The print server spooler.
By default where is the local spool folder located?
What protocol provides a standard network protocol for remote print as well as for managing print jobs on a TCP/IP network?
Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)
To print to a printer, you need what permission?
The Print permission.
Printer Control Language and Adobe PostScript are examples of?
What type of printer is directly connected to the network?
With Windows, the physical printer is known as a(n)?
The logical printer that users can access in Windows is known as?
TCP/IP printers use what port?
What is a single virtual printer with a single print queue that consists of two or more printers?
To manage other peoples print jobs, you would need what permission?
To manage printers use in Internet printing you would access what URL?
To view who has printed on a printer, you would look in the?
System Logs in Event Viewer