Add a Network Printer to Mac OS X 10. 6 (Snow Leopard) Due to some changes that were made to the UF Network in the summer of 2012, Snow Leopard does not print to our systems out of the box. However, getting Snow Leopard Macs to print in our environment is simple once a couple of configuration changes have been made to two Mac OS X Install IP network printer on Mac OS X new to Mac so i downloaded and ran the installer file for the driver for Mac OS X not Mac OS X 10.
6 which was an option on the HP website. Add a Network Printer to Mac OS X This document covers how to configure a network printer for use on a Mac running OS X 10.
6 (Snow Leopard) and above. Due to security policies, OS X 10. 5 (Leopard), and earlier versions, are no longer supported. If your printer is AirPrintenabled for printing from your Mac or iOS device, just make sure that it's connected to the same WiFi network used by the Mac or iOS device. 1 If you still can't print, try any of these solutions: Installing a Zebra Label Printer on a Mac OS X 10.
5. Article ID:. Details Topic or Information. Installing a Zebra Printer on Mac OS X 10. 5. Applies To. Zebra Label Printers. Mac OS X 10. 5 and later. Details Instructions for installing a printer on Mac OS.
(Example) Read More Aug 31, 2010 This document explains how to add a printer in Mac OS X 10. 5 and later. Open System Preferences and select Print& Fax ( Printers& Scanners in Mac OS 10. 10). Click the plus sign in the lower left to add a printer. Change the Workgroup Name on Your Mac (Leopard OS X 10. 5. x) Launch System Preferences by clicking its icon in the Dock. Click the Network icon in the System Preferences window.
Select Edit Locations from the Location dropdown menu. Create a copy of your current active location.