Is it possible to implement printing to a network printer from a browser?

I wonder is it possible to make a page to print to a network printer? The functionality is simple, went to the page, downloaded the file, select printer, razmechtalas. A network printer should not be connected, otherwise you can print and embedded print browser. If so you can implement, then by what means?
April 4th 20 at 13:27
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April 4th 20 at 13:29
If you use the standard OS print, the printer will have to install. The OS is not able to print to the printer is unknown to her. The printer can be set print and delete.

Since the printer is shared, that no one bothers to implement printing at a low level. But you wouldn't want to do it for a long time, what is not needed and will have to support all the different available devices. From ready-similar solutions - the spooler of the OS :)
But if using the browser to send document to the print server? Interesting realization at the enterprise - chauncey.Harvey commented on April 4th 20 at 13:32
@wilhelmine.Jast, a print Server is the same the spooler of the OS. And he has one standard interface for receiving the task, which is used in the OS.
In the enterprise, if there is a HELL, all configurable through policy. Similarly, the printer installed on the clients - no one runs and puts hands.
Without HELL, it's much more boring on each client and put the firewood by hand or somehow automatiseret the installation process of improvised means.

There is such a thing: IPP. - karley_Smith7 commented on April 4th 20 at 13:35
April 4th 20 at 13:31
1) to Organize the download page to the server.
2) depending on the selected printer, the document is saved to a specific directory.
3) On the server to connect all the necessary printers.
4) scheduler every minute, for example, to send the task to the printer for all documents in the corresponding directory.

Do not forget to clean the directory after printing.
This option if you need to configure the print settings it will nedostupna. - chauncey.Harvey commented on April 4th 20 at 13:34

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