10-09-2019 04:07 PM
I have a Laserjet 3502 which I put onto my WiFi network using a bridge. I have four Windows 10 laptops (Dell) that all print to this printer over TCP/IP. My workplace has just given me a new Lenovo Thinkpad (Windows 10, 64 bit). This computer cannot find the printer on the network, even when I manually type in the static IP address of the printer. From the Command window on the Lenovo, I can ping the printer. It doesn't matter if I use the Windows printer driver or install the HP Universal Print Driver. In either case, the printer installation fails with the message shown below
10-09-2019 10:55 PM
Please check with your IT people at work first. I had same situation before (I'm a retiree now) and my IT manager simply said NO. If I wish to print on my printer at home I have to email to its email address (I used to test HP printers, not now).
Later, they banned us to print out side, they also use a software to scan all our outgoing emails.
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