Non-administrators cannot remap an LPT port to a network printer
Jan 31, 2007 . When a user who is not an administrator tries to use the net use command to remap an LPT port to a network printer (for example, net use lpt1: .
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/313644

How to redirect LPT port to IP printer - Windows-XP-General ...
. print to to network printer. the only way to acces that printer is by IP adr. . Install the printer on a Windows PC and share it, then map the LPT .
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/119359-45-redirect-port-printer



Mapping the LPT1 Port to a network printer
I have successfully mapped the LPT1 port to a network printer using the . there a way to map map that printer so that it's mapped for all users, .
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/t25692-mapping-the-lpt1-port-to-a-network-printer.html

Unable to Map (Net Use) LPT1 in Windows XP My Digital Life
The reason for this issue is because in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, non-administrators cannot remap an LPT port to a network printer, when the LPT .
http://www.mydigitallife.info/unable-to-map-net-use-lpt1-in-windows-xp/

Net use - Connect to a File/Printer Share
NET USE command can map a network printer to an LPT port (for DOS type applications that print to a port.) but this does not add the printer to the Control Panel .
http://ss64.com/nt/net_use.html