One of my company's customers has a Windows Vista Buinsess machine with a locally attached HP printer. This computer is part of a Server 2003 domain, and printer sharing is enabled. The computer is listed in Directory, however, whenever I try to connect to it from a workstation (or even the server), I get an error message stating that the computer cannot connect to the printer. I have a similar problem on my home network: I've got a locally attached printer on my Home Premium box that my wife cannot print to from her XP box. She can print to it from her Vista laptop, however. I've done a bit of searching and I haven't come up with a solution. Does anyone have any suggestions? EDIT: Firewall is disabled on the Vista Business workstation. Forgot to mention that. Here's what I have tried: From the server, clicked "Add a printer," then select "Locally attached printer." From there, choose "Create a port," and when prompted for the name, I put in the UNC: \\computername\printername. I also tried selecting network printer and browsing to the computer, and also using the UNC.