On a Mac,
System Preferences --> Printers & Scanners --> + [add] -->
and in the
IP ( not Default ) --> Protocol = HP Jetdirect - Socket Queue = (leave blank)
On Windows with AD,
file explorer --> \\\\memprntsrv02\\ and look for names starting with SPSY mem prnt srv -- suggestions welcome on how to make that memorable. R before V?
On Windows 7 (any machines left?),
start button --> devices & printers --> add a printer --> add a network printer -->
Browsing and discovery may well fail, or yeild too many choices to parse, and the job becomes semi-manual.
To see the printers, you need a wired network connection, or a wireless connection and a faculty sign-on, but not wireless/student nor wireless/guest.
Failing that, you resort to PDF files on a stick and your copier PIN.
The third floor Xerox spsy-xr-sn3075b.psych.mun.ca 184.108.40.206 Xerox AltaLink B8145 five trays global integrated office finisher The psych office Xerox spsy-xr-sn2065.psych.mun.ca 220.127.116.11 Xerox AltaLink B8145 five trays office finisher The biotech printer, in BT2012 agraphia.psych.mun.ca 18.104.22.168 HP LaserJet (Pro?) M402dn duplexer The colour laser in the psych office psych-hpcolour.psych.mun.ca 22.214.171.124 HP LaserJet 400 color M451dn
Downloads from Xerox.
When a specific driver is lacking, you can treat a printer as a superset of some older one. You might loose the use of the Xerox stapler – no worse than that.
HP LaserJet 4000 (Mac or Windows) HP LaserJet 4050 (Mac or Windows) Generic PostScript Printer (Mac) Generic PCL (Mac) Generic / MS Publisher Imagesetter (Windows)