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Old 10-01-2015, 12:02 AM
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Hi ,

Please try below if is Solaris server. If you are at R17, R17, then please engage Avaya Professional Services (APS) for printer setup package

Use following command in UNIX # prompt
1)lpadmin -p {printer name} -v /dev/null
2)accept {printer name}
3)enable {printer name}
4)su cms cms
go to the maintanince option>printer administration> add printer
In addition to this, /etc/hosts file should also contain printer IP information. If there is no information available under this file and customer has upgraded to CMS release

I hope it helps.
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