When you use the Add Printer Wizard, you receive:
You do not have sufficient access to your machine to connect to the selected printer.
If you are logged on with an account that is NOT a member of the local Administrators or Power Users group, you will receive this message.
To resolve this issue, add you domain account to the local Administrators or Power Users group:
1. Log on as the local Administrator.
2. Open a CMD prompt.
3. Type either of the following:
net localgroup Administrators "DomainName\UserName" /ADD
net localgroup "Power Users" "DomainName\UserName" /ADD
4. Log on as your domain account and add the printer.
NOTE: You can also use tip 5319 - How do I create a global group, so that it is a member of the local administrators group on all workstations and member servers, by using group policy restricted groups?
NOTE: You can install the printer on a Windows 2000 print server and then share it to cause the point-and-print to add the print drivers when any client tries to print. Make sure you install all the appropriate printer drivers from the Windows 2000 CD-ROM.