You can only create an RPC connection when the driver on the machine sharing
the printer matches the client OS processor.
You will need to create a Local printer that will basically copy the print
file to the machine sharing the printer using the server service.
Create Local printer, Add Local Port in the format
\\remotemachine\printshare, select the driver name of your OS architecture,
Next ,Next, Finish.
Windows Printing Team
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"vjkelly2001" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Yes, the driver does use a different name but I found it and still the
> printer install is looking for an INF folder, it would appear, which I
> can't find anywhere. It's weird. I installed an Epson printer on
> another computer (also XP) and it worked fine with the 64 bit drivers I
> downloaded from Epson, but the Canon software just won't work.