The Add Printer dialog you are using only shows printers that have been shared by computers on the network. The Dell printer is shared from a computer with a hostname of 'SHIPSTATION'.
First of all, I'd give the new Xerox printer a static IP (or static DHCP lease), and maybe create a DNS entry for the printer to save you having to remember the IP address, then depending on the size/equipment on your network, you have a couple of options:
- Install the printer on a server, and share the printer from within windows. - You can now use logon scripts to automatically make the printer available to all computers on your network with ease. (or manually browse as you have been doing above).
- Manually install the printer on each workstation, using the install disk that shipped with the printer (or downloaded from OEM). You will need to specify the IP address (or hostname if you created a DNS entry) for the printer.