Chapter 27. Managing and Maintaining Print Services

When you point to Print in an application and click, the document is supposed to print on a printer somewhere. Most users don’t care to know how or why printing works; they only care that it works. In that respect, printing is like networking services—something most people take for granted until it doesn’t work the way they expect it to or it stops working altogether. The problem with this way of thinking is that next to file and networking services, print services are the most used feature of the Windows operating system. It takes a lot of behind-the-scenes ...

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