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ESP Print Pro PostScript Driver for Windows NT/200x/XP

Users of the ESP Print Pro software are able to install the ESP print drivers package as an alternative to the Adobe PostScript drivers. To do so, retrieve the driver files from the normal download area of the ESP Print Pro software at Easy Software web site. You need to locate the link labeled “SAMBA” among the Download Printer Drivers for ESP Print Pro 4.x area and download the package. Once installed, you can prepare any driver by simply highlighting the printer in the Printer Manager GUI and selecting Export Driver... from the menu. Of course, you need to have prepared Samba beforehand to handle the driver files; that is, set up the [print$] share, and so on. The ESP Print Pro package includes the CUPS driver files as well as a (licensed) set of Adobe drivers for the Windows 95/98/Me client family.

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