I have a W7 workstation connected to a LAN domain server on SBS2003. This maching was just upgraded from Vista and the shared printer worked fine prior to the W7 install. The workstation is connected to a SBS2003 domain controller and all other features other than the shared printer seem OK. All network drive shares OK, logon OK, etc. There is one shared printer listed in Active Directory on the server which is connected at another XP workstation. I can see the printer from the W7 workstation but I cannot connect to it, nor can I reinstall it. When I look for it from the W7 machine using the Add Printer, it says no printer found. Is it because the W7 is going to require a new W7 specific printer driver? I would think it would at least be able to locate it, even if it couldn't necessarily use it. I also notice that the W7 Add Printer has only one network printer option which automatically looks for the printer in an Active Directory, as compared to previous OS which have the additional Add Printer option of looking for a specific printer in a specific location. That is a very handy feature when Active Directory has pruned or otherwise delisted a printer for some reason because you can still connect to it by drilling down the Network.