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DEFINITION: A print server is a software application, network device or computer that manages print requests and makes printer queue status information available to end users and network administrators. Print servers are used in both large enterprise and small or home office ( SOHO ) networks.In a large organization, a single dedicated computer serving as a print server might manage hundreds of printers. In a  … 
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PRINTING UTILITIES DEFINITION (continued): … A print server is a software application, network device or computer that manages print requests and makes printer queue status information available to end users and network administrators. Print servers are used in both large enterprise and small or home office ( SOHO ) networks.In a large organization, a single dedicated computer serving as a print server might manage hundreds of printers. In a small office, a print server is often a specialized plug-in board or small network device about the size of a hub that performs the same function as a dedicated print server, but frees up valuable disk space on the office's limited number of computers.
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