Unless your staff can write drivers then you need to stay off the 64-bit versions of this OS.
While a print share might be visible on the network, it doesn't mean you can print to it.
I was wondering if my printer will work if I switched to 64 bit computing. I am talking about the office. We have a few printers and the 4-5 PCs can access them as necessary. Right now we work with 32 bit computers.
If we were to switch, what would I have to do to make the printers work? Intels processors are said to work seamlessly with 64 and 32 tasks. Now does that mean that I can install Windows XP or Vista 64 bit editions on my computers while utilizing 32 bit printer drivers?
If this does not work then can I get a print server and connect multiple printers and computers and make 64 bit computers work with the printers?
I will have to check out if 64 bit drivers are available or not. My questions are for the time when there are no printer drivers available.