Working with iOS4 is different from the new iOS 5/6, Airprint needs to be reconfigured to make it work under iOS 5/6 environment.
If you haven’t installed Airprint, check out my previous blog.
* Make sure you are an administrator on the PC.
* Click Start > Run > type “sc.exe delete Airprint”
Then: Click Start > Run > type “sc.exe create AirPrint binPath= “C:\Program Files\AirPrint\airprint.exe -R _ipp._tcp,_universal -s” depend= “Bonjour Service” start= auto”
This will reinstall the AirPrint service with the needed extra option.
Start the service with:
Click Start > Run > type “sc.exe start Airprint”
You will be able to print wirelessly from any iDevice running iOS 5/6.
* If there is a lock icon next to the printer name, you need to enable the guest account.
I got it working on Windows Server 2003 with an HP LaserJet 3015 printing from iOS5 and iOS6 devices.