Printers connected to the server will be available to all PC's connected to the network , plus if you choose the right printer they can be accessed wirelessly or through the wired connection .
I have just built/installed a new server for a client and connected a Samsung wireless colour laser all-in-one printer/scanner/copier/fax to it , all computers , when connected to the network have access to either the Samsung or their existing HP inkjet with no problems at all .
I didn't have any say in which printer the client bought , had I done I wouldn't have opted for the wireless part as it is already hard wired to the server using USB , which is accessible via their wireless router .
Ok , so the way I set this up was to simply install the all-in-one on the server , make it available via file and print sharing , and checked this through the Samsung driver ( all PC's are using the same OS ) Added the Samsung to all the PC's and laptops using the Add network printer facility . Did the same for the HP inkjet , and the user can then select which one they want to print to from the print dialogue box
Forgot to add , the HP inkjet is connected to one of the other PC's on the office network , not on the server , but it is still available to every one who adds it .