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The following steps indicate how to add a printer in Mac OS 10.6 - 10.8. See How do I add a printer or print at Bethel? to view instructions for other Operating Systems. 

Connecting to the print spooler

Before you can install a network printer you need to connect to the print sever.

  1. In Finder, click the Go menu and select Connect to Server...
    Pressing the keyboard shortcut Command + k also works.

  2. Type: cifs:// and click Connect.
    If you wish, you can save the server address location by pressing the + button.

  3. Type your Bethel username and password. Click Remember this password in my keychain if you would like this information saved.

  4. Select Printer App Test and then click OK.

    Note: If the Install Bethel Printers share is grayed out or otherwise not selectable the server location is already mounted and can be accessed in the Finder or on the Desktop.

Adding a printer to your personally owned Mac OS computer

Once you are connected to the server you can run the Bethel Printer application to install printers.

  1. Double-click Install Bethel Printers.

  2. In the application use the search field or the printer list drop-down to find the desired printer.

    Note: If searching type the printer name, then click Select. If using the drop-down find the printer in the list to select it.

  3. Once the desired printer has been selected click Install. If you have other printers to install repeat steps 2-3, when finished click Done.