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You can install anywhere (home, office, laptop, data center, etc.)
I am very new here and I already need some help.
I started using my new server made from an old pc and I wanted to add a printer to it so everyone in the house could use it without connecting to it via usb.
So I plugged the printer to my server and installed Advanced Print Server on the ClearOS Marketplace.
Now when I go in the Server tab and then Advanced Print Server, I click on Go to Print Server Management Tool and end up on CUPS 1.4.2 home page. I then click Adding Printers and Classes and when I click on Add Printer, nothing happens.
It looks like my browser is trying to load a page for half a second but stops.
When I rage-click it around 6 times it works. Now I get a list of local printers and I see mine! I select it and hit Continue.
It takes me back to the ''Adding Printers and Classes'' page where the Add Printer button still doesn't work.
When I click on ''Manage Printers'' it takes me right to it but tells me ''No Printers''.
Please help me!
I'm not completely clear on what you have/have not done, but it seems to me that the VM is running and you therefore just need to connect using RDP.
Failing that, try;
VBoxManage controlvm [nameofmachine] acpipowerbutton
and then the startvm command again