Before a shared printer can be used by clients of a different architecture, such as x64 editions of Windows, you need to add the drivers for the printer to SBS. This isn’t automatic when initially sharing a printer, so you’ll need to add the necessary client drivers after the shared printer is created.
To install drivers for clients of different architectures, follow these steps:
Open the Windows SBS Console, click Network and then click Devices. Right-click the printer and select Printer Properties.
Click the Sharing tab and then click the Additional Drivers button.
In the Additional Drivers dialog box, shown in Figure 13-7, select the check box next to any client drivers to be installed and then click OK. ...