Difference Between Local TCP/IP and Network print setup

Posted: 01-05-2005, 01:57 PM
I have to setup printers for 5 classrooms in a domain using Windows
2003 server with 5 Laserjets, 80 XP pcs. The printers are Network
based. What are the advantages/disadvantages of installing the
printers as a Network printer or using the Local port tcp/ip method?
Each classroom has 1 printer, which w/be the default, however we need
the ability to access the other classroom's printers.
Thanks for your help.

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