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I have a Nestle's account in my area that I have sold MFP's connected. I just received a PO for a new 2075 S/P. Just before I was to deliever I received a call from the IT manager telling me they have to put it on hold. Corporate in Europe has just came down with a coporate policy that the only drivers that they can install on there network are HP's. Has anybody else came across this yet. Up until now Nestle and it subsidy's can only buy either Ricoh or Canons MFP's. Corporate is pushing the new HP 9050 MFP's with a sell price around 10K. Has anybody run into this yet at other Nestle's subsidy's and what happen.
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If using an HP Driver is the only stipulation, why not just use the HP driver to print to the 2075 S/P? It's not as good but seems to satisfy corporates demands.
Exactly, Jim. As a matter of fact, in the old days, Circa Aficio 200/250, using the HP driver worked better than Ricohs.
The driver they want to used is for the HP 9000. will this work. I did know other HP drivers will work, but not sure about this one.
it is definitley worth the try. I am using HP Laser Jet 3 to push 6 45ppm laser printers. An IT Director for a local company in here in Pgh PA. (STEELER COUNTRY) worked some magic with a black box, some wiring, and things I don't know about, but we were able to get the 6 printers to parallel print the same document on each machine all at once. Anything is possible with patience and a positive attitude. Good Luck.

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