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Journals: Printing

Mac OS X

To add your journal printer just download and run this script for journal printers. Open the downloaded file and run the script associated with your journal.

  • JCL: conlaw-mfp
  • JIL: jiel-mfp
  • JLASC: jlasc-mfp
  • JBL: jbel-mfp
  • Law Review: lrev-ae, lrev-articles, lrev-comments, lrev-ec, lrev-exec, lrev-me, lrev-oa
Follow the instructions in our Student Mac Printing Guide.
 

Windows

  1. Hold the Windows key and press the R key to bring up the Run dialogue box.
  2. Type: \\printers.law.upenn.edu and press Enter.
  3. When prompted to login, enter your LawKey username prefixed with NET\ (for example, NET\joesmith) and your LawKey password.
  4. When the window appears with the list of printers, double-click the printer associated with your journal.
    • JCL: conlaw-mfp
    • JIL: jiel-mfp
    • JLASC: jlasc-mfp
    • JBL: jbel-mfp
    • Law Review: lrev-ae, lrev-articles, lrev-comments, lrev-ec, lrev-exec, lrev-me, lrev-oa

Problems with Home Versions of Windows Vista and XP

  • Windows Vista Home Premium
  • Windows Vista Home Basic
  • Windows XP Home
  • Windows XP Media Center Edition

If you have one of the Operating Systems listed above then you will not be able to have a stable network printer installed on your computer. You will be able to install the printer and use it while you are logged in, but when you restart the computer the limited network capabilities of Windows Home will fail to start the printer. The workaround is to delete the printer and reinstall using the instructions above.

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