If you are running Windows 7 or 10, you can add a network printer from the following list:
Location Queue Name(s) Printer Type Output Type IP Address Room 235 (hall) hp277-235area black-white single-sided / duplex 18.104.22.168 Room 542 (hall) hp4300-542hall black-white single-sided / duplex 22.214.171.124 Room 351A hp3525-351a color single-sided / duplex 126.96.36.199 Room 444 (hall) hp277-444 black-white single-sided / duplex 188.8.131.52
To print duplex from a Windows PC or a Mac, use the Print/Print Setup/Print Preview GUI to select double-sided printing. To print duplex from a Solaris machine, use the appropriate -dup queue.
Login on your Windows PC as administrator or a user in the administrator group.
Add the printer using HP JetDirect, which comes pre-installed with Windows 10.
Click Settings -> Printers -> Add Printer.
Click Local printer.
(Yes, you click "local" to add a network printer using HP JetDirect.)
Unclick "look for plug-n-play device".
(This is a rough paraphrase.)
Click Create a new port.
Click Standard TCP/IP port.
Type the printer name in first field.
(For hp4300-351a enter the printer's IP address instead.)
The second field will fill in automatically.
Click Next and wait a moment for the driver selection screen to come up.
Select the printer manufacturer (e.g., HP).
Select the printer model, or the closest matching entry.
Windows will find and load the correct printer driver, which is usually already on the c:/ drive.
Click Do not share.