Windows Server 2003 OS class Chapter 8

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  1. An interface on a Windows network print client that works with a local software application, such as Microsoft Word, and a local printer driver to format a file to be sent to a local printer or network print server.
    Graphics Device Interface (GDI)
  2. A specification supported by Windows Server 2003 that allows printer to be managed from a Web browser, and print jobs to be sent to a printer using the HTTP protocol.
    Internet Printer Protocol (IPP)
  3. A printer, such as a laser printer, physically attached to a port on the local computer.
    Local Print Device
  4. A printing device, such as a laser printer, connected to a print server through a network.
    Network Print Device
  5. Client computer or application that generates a print job.
    Print Client
  6. Files that contain information that Windows Server 2003 uses to convert raw print commands to a language that the printer understands.
    Print Driver
  7. A stack of lineup of all requested print jobs waiting to be sent from the spooler to the printer.
    Printer Queue
  8. The computer in which the printers and print drivers are located. This is usually where you set up and configure the shared printing system.
    Print Server
  9. A configuration object in Windows Server 2003 that controls the connection to the print device.
  10. Security permissions that allow an administrator to control access to printer resources, in manner similar to NTFS permissions.
    Printer Permissions
  11. Consists of a single printer that is connected to a number of print devices.
    Printer Pool
  12. Configuring multiple printers to print to the same print device. One printer is then configured to print before any of the other printers by adjusting the priority setting from 1 (lowest priority) to 99 (highest priority).
    Printer Priorities
  13. An Active Directory object that represents a link to or direct information on how to use or connect to the shared resource.
  14. A data type often used for printing MS-DOS, Windows 3.x, and UNIX print files.
  15. In the Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, and 2003 environment, a group of DLLs, information files, and programs that process print jobs for printing.
  16. A data type used for printing text files formatted using the ANSI standard that employs values between 0 and 255 to represent characters, numbers, and symbols.
  17. A controller for the ActiveX scripting engines provided in both Windows-based and command-line versions.
    Windows Script Host (WSH)
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