I've got a printer which only has 32-bit drivers, so it's installed on a 32-bit machine (XP). I need it to appear as a printer (with duplex control etc) on a 64-bit machine (Vista).
- I can't just share it using Windows printer sharing because the 64-bit client requires drivers to connect to it.
- There's no 64-bit driver for a similar printer that works (using the new port named \\server\printername).
I've tried the ghostscript approach but that doesn't seem to help with the duplex control etc.
Printeranywhere doesn't support 64-bit OS yet.
Is there another way to do this?