Here's the setup: * Wife's MacBook running VM Fusion with WinXP sp2 * Airport Extreme Base Station (AEBS) * Brother MFC-9440CN connected to said base station Now, Fusion works perfectly at her office, which is an all-Windows shop. No problem logging into the wireless network there, no problems seeing the various printers. But here at our home office, I cannot for the life of me figure out how to make her see the Brother MFC attached to the AEBS. Fusion itself "sees" the network, and uses it, but we cannot find the printer. I've installed Bonjour but no luck. To backtrack, there was zero problems setting up the printer when we were running XP under Boot Camp. I installed Bonjour and it was just there. (To clarify; we no longer have a Boot Camp partition and are running Win XP sp 2 *only* via Fusion.) I viewed the tutorials over at VM but could not find a solution. Everything they talk about assumes you are trying to set it up at one single location -- that you won't be moving the Mac again. I do *not* want to reconfigure her network settings or any of that since I do not want to frak up her connectivity at the office. I'm kind of perplexed that VM doesn't have an option to use the Mac's chosen printer or to bring up the print dialog when you print in the virtual machine (kind of like VirtualPC used to do, IIRC). Or at least have a tutorial specifically on connecting to a printer connected to an Airport network (it is, after all, a Mac product; do they think only people in Win offices run Fusion?) Short of buying her a dedicated printer to use in her office, I can't think of what to try next. It's enough to make me dump it and go to Parallels (or is this also an issue with Parallels?). Any suggestions or real world experience with a situation like this?