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When network users want to print data on a shared network printer, the data is sent to a _____________ that feeds the data to the printer.
Each network print job must be ________________ away from a computer's local printer port and onto the network cable.
The memory buffer in the print server's RAM that holds the print job until the printer is ready is called a ______________.
In order for users to access a shared printer, they must have a way to ________________ the printer.
The printer uses the _________ to construct text and graphics to create the page image.
Managing users who access printing over a computer network includes assigning _________________, as with any other shared network resource.
One task an administrator can accomplish from a remote location is to ______________ print jobs in the queue.
Most current network operating systems allow an administrator to manage a network printer with a ____________ - _______________ ______________.
A good fax server service allows an administrator to ________________ incoming faxes and to ____________ the appropriate one to the proper person.
Fax-server enhancements that allow users to send faxes from ______________, _________________, and ____________ are available.
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