Worse, enterprise print servers create single points of failure. The driver conflict that might emerge because one workstation requires a manufacturer-specific driver and another one uses the universal printer driver can cause print server slowness that affects every end user who relies on it. Conflicts and other issues can even cause print servers to crash outright, bringing printing to a halt for that department or location. The only solution for that is redundancy, which means another print server. At the same time, each new print server comes with costs: the initial outlay for software and hardware, followed by maintenance, upgrade and replacement.
As soon as any anomalies enter the mix—even in the form of a single machine—there can be driver conflicts and complicated deployment protocols. Print servers also take a very fragmented, top-down approach to print management, meaning that they function… Andaman and Nicobar