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Para que sirve exactamente un pool de impresoras

26/10/2004 - 23:00 por JPF | Informe spam
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#1 Paloma Garcia [MS]
27/10/2004 - 12:49 | Informe spam
Basicamente se trata de tener varias impresoras, todas ellas iguales y
configurarlas para que los usuarios las vean como una sola . Con esta
configuración (pool) cuando un usuario mande imprimir por el pool de
impresion el doceumento saldrá por cualquiera de los dispositivos de
impresión asociados.

You can create a printing pool in Windows 2000 in which two or more of the
same printers are connected to one print server and behave as a single
printer. Note that the physical device that performs the actual printing is
referred to as a printer; a logical printer is the physical printer's
software interface on the print server.

By connecting one logical printer to multiple printers through multiple
ports on the print server, the printing pool appears to users as a single
printer. When a user prints a document to the printing pool, the document is
printed on the first available printer in the pool. Users are not required
to know which printer is available. The logical printer checks for an
available port and then sends documents to ports in the order in which they
were added.

This configuration is useful in high-volume environments because it
maximizes printer use and minimizes the time that users may have to wait for
their print jobs to be printed. Additionally, it is easier to administer
printers because you can manage multiple printers from the same logical
printer on the server.


Un saludo,
Paloma (Microsoft)


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