Weatherproofing your print server

While I was a member of the Windows print spooler test team at Microsoft, one of my side tasks was to support Microsoft IT with their deployment of prerelease operating systems that hosted the print infrastructure at the main campus in Redmond. I provided support for IT when it came to printing at Microsoft and during this time, learned many lessons.

Many of the guidelines I learned should help you to make your infrastructure reliable and simplify the print experience for the end users printing through your environment. The following information is primarily intended for Windows print server administrators.

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