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Help required....
We are working on a web site development where we need to print labels using bartender.
Kindly let me know what type of Bartender version is required on the server and what all required for web based printing



Domingo Rodriguez
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The requirements (using latest version of BarTender which currently is v10.0) for developing a web based application making use of our .NET SDKs are the following.

[u]On the Server Side:[/u]

Following Operating System Versions are supported:
these operating systems:
• Windows Server 2003 (SP1 and higher)
• Windows Server 2008
• Windows Server 2008 R2
• Windows XP (SP3 and higher)
• Windows Vista
• Windows 7
• Windows 8

Other Software Requirements. The web server must also have the following:

• Internet Information Server (IIS) (v6.0 or later)
• ASP.NET v2.0 - If needed you can download and install ASP.Net 2.0 from
• BarTender (Enterprise Automation Edition).
• Seagull License Server - This is often installed on the server side along with BarTender,
but it does not have to be. It can be installed on another PC accessible on the network.
• Printer Drivers - Printer drivers for any models that will be used by clients will
need to be installed on the server.

[u]On the client side:[/u]

• Internet Explorer (v7 or higher)
• If Internet Printing is required (print to a printer which is connected to the client side),
you will also need to install a matching printer driver on both the client and server side,
and install an ActiveX client-side print module which will enable the ability to perform "Internet Printing".

I hope this helps.
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Are there any examples of Internet printing available?

John Rewcastle
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I noticed this is an older post,  but really the same question.   How can I print to a printer that is located at another site.   Would they download a file to print to the printer?..... or is there a utility that is loaded on the PC to connect the printer to WPS?

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