Re: Install windows shared printer
Printing is done by CUPS, not Samba. You can use Samba to provide the Windows printer driver code to Windows machines if you are running the print server, but in this case you are not. So, the bottom line is that you do not need Samba.
Look on Windows and write down the IP address and printer name EXACTLY with capitalization and spaces, then go to your printer wizard and enter that as ipp://ipaddress/printername. Either use quotes or backslashes to escape any spaces in the printer name.
Also make sure that Windows is actually sharing the printer, since that will open the Windows firewall.
Hope that helps!