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PC_DISK1

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How do I disable the banner print page in Windows 2000? Its the page that says what you printed and the username really big. In 95 or 98 there is a check box in the printer settings but in 2000 I cant find it. Im getting that banner because im using Microsoft Client for Novell.
 
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you can either right click on the printer and go to properties and Netware Settings and uncheck notify.

If that doesnt work, go to network CP, right click on lan connection; double click on netware client. click on default capture and uncheck notify.
--Adam
 

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If I recall corectlly in Microsoft Client for Novell in Win2000 I dont have the netware option in the printer settings, but In 98 when using Microsoft Client for Novell there IS a novell setting in the printer options. And in 2000 I cant double click on the Microsoft Client for Novell. Is there any other way?
 

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As I stated in my post above, In Microsoft Client for Novell in Win2000 I dont have the netware option in the printer settings. There are NO netware settings if I right click on the printer and go to propertys.

If you read my post carefully Im using Microsoft Client for Novell, not Novell Client for Netware. After messing with it I found the print settings for novell in Client services for netware.

Thanks Anyway.
 
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