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Windows 7 64bit
Host PC:Windows7 Ultimate 64bit sp1, NetPoint6
Terminal: H4 firmware V003+ V017
 
Step 1: Log on with the built-in “Administrator” in the host PC. If you log on with other administrators in the host PC, the printer can’t print with H4, because other administrators of the host PC can’t run the usbip process for H4 printing. Install Netpoint and the printer driver. Make sure the printer can print properly in host PC. Usually the built-in Administrator is disabled in Windows 7, you can follow the steps below to enable this account: click Start, right click Computer and choose Manage, a computer management window will popup, in the left, open Local Users and Groups, click Users, you can find the built-in Administrator. Right click this Administrator and choose Properties, in the window popup, uncheck Account is disabled, and click Apply to save. Then you can log off and log on with the built-in Administrator.
 
Step 2: In the host PC, click Start> Devices and Printers, In Devices, right click the Host PC and choose Device installation settings. In the window popup, choose Never install driver software from Windows Update, and save changes. When you finish the printer installation, you can change to the setting you want.
 
Step 3:Access the system through H4 with other administrator accounts or remote users. Plug in the printer into H4, there will be a prompt of USB Device Over IP. The system will install the driver again automatically and a copy of the printer icon will be created in the Devices and Printers. Unplug and plug in the printer, the icon will turn black from grey. Set this copy as the default printer.
 
Windows server 2008 R2
Host PC:Windows Server 2008 R2 ,netpoint66
Terminal: H4 firmware V003+ V017
 
Step 1: Log on with the built-in “Administrator” in the host PC (other administrator/remote accounts of the host PC will not be able to run usbip process), install the printer driver and print properly.
 
Step 2:Access the system through H4 with other administrator accounts or remote users. Plug in the printer to H4, there will be a prompt of USB Device Over IP.
 
Step 3: You’ll find the prompt of USB Device Over IP disappeared immediately and a copy of the printer icon appeared in the Devices and Printers. Unplug and plug in the printer, the icon will turn black from grey. Set this copy as the default printer.
 
Windows XP sp3
Host PC:Windows XP sp3,netpoint66
Terminal: H4 firmware V003+ V017
 
Step 1: Enter the host PC with any account in administrators group, install the printer driver and print properly.
 
Step 2:Access the system through H4 with other administrator accounts or remote users. Plug in the printer to H4, there will be a prompt of USB Device Over IP.
 
Step 3: You’ll find the prompt of USB Device Over IP disappeared immediately and a copy of the printer icon appeared in the Device Manager. Unplug and plug in the printer, the icon will turn black from grey. Set this copy as the default printer.