So I installed the AirPrint service in Windows (using command prompt of course) and got the dependencies set to use the Bonjour service. Works great on my 32 bit windows Vista at home which is NOT connected to a domain. But at work, on a 64 bit windows 7 connected to a domain I can only find my printer. If I chose that printer I get a round symbol that says it is connecting and just spins but never does anything after that.
It is either the 64 bit version of windows or the security features of domain trusts, right? Has anyone worked around this problem? I would like to be able to print to my shared printers at work. And I do not want to buy a printer that apple certified to work. That just seems silly since I have a perfectly good printer already.
If you have no idea what I am talking about, google Javox AirPrint and read up before giving advice, please.
Thanks for any help.