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    Yeah I'm getting access denied too... Gonna try again in a few I'll let you know if it works... Thing is I didn't want to go through my pc.


    OK easy fix (which I assumed it would be) for the access denied results...

    Instead of typing cmd in the search/run bar go to start/programs/accessories and then right click on the cmd prompt option and choose "Run as Administrator" all the commands are accessible from there and the print install went off without a hitch.. using Canon MP560 on a wireless network.
    Last edited by BrennB; 11-23-2010 at 03:28 PM.

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    Well I got the command to create the Airprint successful, but now it wont execute when I type in the sc.exe start Airprint. Keep getting a message that it couldn't launch in a timely manner. Guess I'll just wait to see if my print(s) get on the list later.
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    Go to the folder in program files and double click on AirPrint.exe then you get the firewall exceptions popup to allow and you should be good to go

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    mmm.... The install went okay with the CMD commands, but no joy printing? No sign of a printer when I click find on the IPad?

    I didn't get the firewall warning, Windows firewall is turned off an my PC and AVG firewall is on, however no warning from AVG. I have also tried with the firewall turned off.

    I tried clicking AirPrint.exe and got the following message

    'listening for connections ......
    Listening for connections on .......
    Unable to remove ........./cupslite/cupslite. No such file or directory
    Xpdfprint library version = 3.02.33'

    Any ideas would be appreciated

    Thanks
    Last edited by Siddys; 11-24-2010 at 12:49 PM.

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    Try going into user account and turn guest account on,then reboot your computer. This worked for me on a windows xp system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drpep View Post
    Try going into user account and turn guest account on,then reboot your computer. This worked for me on a windows xp system.
    I gave it a go, but no joy.

    Thanks

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    Read the comments on the Jaxov site.

    If you're using win 7 make sure you have admin rights, have bonjour installed and check that your firewall isn't blocking the connection. Always a good idea to do a quick reboot when you try things like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siddys View Post
    mmm.... The install went okay with the CMD commands, but no joy printing? No sign of a printer when I click find on the IPad?

    I didn't get the firewall warning, Windows firewall is turned off an my PC and AVG firewall is on, however no warning from AVG. I have also tried with the firewall turned off.

    I tried clicking AirPrint.exe and got the following message

    'listening for connections ......
    Listening for connections on .......
    Unable to remove ........./cupslite/cupslite. No such file or directory
    Xpdfprint library version = 3.02.33'

    Any ideas would be appreciated

    Thanks
    Try this
    Quote Originally Posted by BrennB View Post
    Go to the folder in program files and double click on AirPrint.exe then you get the firewall exceptions popup to allow and you should be good to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by trctex View Post
    There is some windows code you have to start. Here is a link with instructions.

    jaxov.com/2010/11/how-to-enable-airprint-service-on-windows
    Worked like a champ!!! Wow! Running on windows XP and able to print to all my shared legacy printers. OMG! Incredible!

    DaveR

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    I am getting closer, i have overcome the 'Username and Password request' (I don't have a password set up on my Windows 7 install) by setting Guest Account on,

    All seems to work okay, but when i click print, it appears to print but nothing is sent to the printer??????
    Last edited by Siddys; 11-26-2010 at 02:02 AM.


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