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* Note: As of Jan 2015 the IP address is 172.30.161.36
 
* Note: As of Jan 2015 the IP address is 172.30.161.36
  
= Installing the Printer on Personal Computers =
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=Installing the Printer on Personal Computers=
  
 
This section will guide you on how two install the GM Lab network printer on personal computers.
 
This section will guide you on how two install the GM Lab network printer on personal computers.
  
== Windows Computers==  
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==Windows Computers==  
  
 
1. Press the ''Windows Key'' and type in ''Devices and Printers'' and press ''Enter''
 
1. Press the ''Windows Key'' and type in ''Devices and Printers'' and press ''Enter''
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7. If you would like you can print a test page from the current wizard menu to make sure everything is set up properly, or just select ''Finish''
 
7. If you would like you can print a test page from the current wizard menu to make sure everything is set up properly, or just select ''Finish''
  
== Mac OS Computers ==
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==Mac OS Computers==
  
 
Nick VS, could you fill this in, please?
 
Nick VS, could you fill this in, please?

Revision as of 13:51, 18 January 2015

Determining Printer's IP Address

1. In the printer's main menu scroll to Information using the arrow keys and hit OK

2. Scroll to Print Configuration and hit OK

3. One of the printed pages will have a section titled IPv4 and will there list the IP Address

  • Note: As of Jan 2015 the IP address is 172.30.161.36

Installing the Printer on Personal Computers

This section will guide you on how two install the GM Lab network printer on personal computers.

Windows Computers

1. Press the Windows Key and type in Devices and Printers and press Enter

2. In the top ribbon, select Add a printer and then The printer that I want isn't listed

3. Select Add a printer using a a TCP/IP address or hostname and select Next

4. In the Hostname or IP address box type in the IP address of the Printer and select Next

5. Windows will now attempt to contact the printer, and on completion will prompt for you to type in a name. Type in a name and select Next

6. Change the default sharing option to Do not share this printer and select Next

7. If you would like you can print a test page from the current wizard menu to make sure everything is set up properly, or just select Finish

Mac OS Computers

Nick VS, could you fill this in, please?