.. Is anything but universal. I can't remember the last time I've been this frustrated. Our print server is running Windows Server 2003 R2, it has several printers from several manufacturers installed on it. Most of our client machines are XP, they can browse and install any printer listed on the server with no trouble. The new Windows 7 machines can only install non-HP printers. Our Savin's work, our Xerox's work, our Kyocera's (I didn't even know they made printers!) work. But the HP's ... I can't get them to install to a Win7 machine no matter what I do. HP's site says that their printers that connect via usb have the drivers built into 7. For network printers you need to download the so called universal driver. So I get it and add them to the print server. It doesn't work, all the Win7 clients say there is no driver available on the network. I download the Universal Driver for PCL 5. Install it, same thing. I try the universal for postscript driver. Same ****ing thing! HP's site is useless, they say that it's universal, it'll just work. But it won't! I've even copied the universal driver locally and tried to point the install to it. NOTHING. It just wont work! I don't know what it could be. I've tried this out of every type of account, UAC is completely turned off, the GPO is set to allow users to install printers with new warning about whether or not it's digitally signed. I'm just at a complete loss. I hate to say it ... But I'm starting to miss the days of playing find the driver on HP's site. At least then you knew you were going to eventually find a driver that was written for you printer. PS: I don't know where this goes since I can't tell if it's HP that sucks, my print server or Windows 7.