OK, two parts - easy then hard(er)
Part 1, install TCP/IP printing as a service on your NT box from Control
Panel/Networking. Make sure that the service is running after installation
by going to Control Panel/Services and set it to start automatically. You
should now be able to do raw printing by identifying the printer(s) on your
NT box to the Solaris machine using admintool (or lpstat/lpadmin). Look at
the man pages if you don't know how to do this.
Part 2, you need to set up filters and/or Ghostscript if your printers do
not handle Postscript. There are a number of threads in this group and in
alt.solaris.x86 describing this.
>Here's what I am trying to accomplish. I have a SPARC Ultra 10 creator that
>I want to use as somthing similar to a web server, the first thing that I
>need to do is get this to share some printers that I have on a NT server,
>but have no idea as to how to get the solaris machine to talk to the NT and
>visa/versa. any ideas?
>Once I accomplish this I will work on the next part.