This I understand:
net use P: \\SOME_COMPUTER\SOME_SHARE net use P: \\126.96.36.199\SOME_SHARE
(the second argument is a logical share on the given computer)
This, I do NOT understand:
net use LPT2: IP_188.8.131.52
(where IP_184.108.40.206 is the name of a "port" assigned to a printer; the IP is a valid and responding device, but the full string "IP_220.127.116.11" is not)
Can anyone tell me, is there ever a syntax of NET USE that could operate on a printer port like that? I can't get it to work, can't find anything via Google, and am practically in tears.
[Sorry if this is cheating, this is basically a re-post of http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1884235/old-school-windows-2000-printing-or-when-is-a-port-name-a-computer but with the scope narrowed just to the main issue at hand.