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On an HP printer, a PCL driver (either 5 or 6) will likely work the best. The intrepreters on a HP device handle PCL much better than PS [they developed the language, so they better!]. If you are just doing regular windows printing then PCL6 would be my suggestion. The PS interpreters on HP devices are not great and I would generally avoid it. Other types ...
It's probably this setting (or another UAC setting, depending on context). Quote taken from Local Security Policy on my Win7 machine. If it's not defined in GPO, it might be different on the local security policy of the different machines, so you should define all of the UAC settings via GPO. User Account Control: Detect application installations and ...
Physically connect the interfaces to the correct networks Give the interfaces IP addresses, do not set a gateway on the LAN adapter If your LAN has more than a single subnet/vlan, then you will have to setup static routes for your networks with routes pointing at the appropriate router.
You're thinking about this backwards. If regular uses need more rights, then assign them more. This is not "admin rights" or "non-admin rights". Windows has a lot more fine grained permissions available. The whole design structure of permissions in windows is about giving users extra permissions, giving access to everything then specifically denying ...
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