I'd assume that this printer is attached to a desktop PC? Perhaps this device could be attached to a server that supports IPP (Internet Printing Protocol). Really don't know if this would work or not...
Here's a snip from a MS technote...
The Internet Printing role service in Windows Server 2008 R2 creates a Web site hosted by Internet Information Services (IIS). This Web site enables users to:
Manage print jobs on the server.
Use a Web browser to connect and print to shared printers on this server by using the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP). (Users must have Internet Printing Client installed.)
To manage a server by using the Web site created by Internet Printing, open a Web browser and navigate to http://servername/printers
, where servername is the UNC path of the print server.
To install the Internet Printing Client, use one of the following methods:
In Windows 7: in Control Panel, click Programs and Features, click Turn Windows features on or off, expand Print and Document Services,select the Internet Printing Client check box, and then click OK.
In Windows Server 2008 R2: in Server Manager, click Add Features, select the Internet Printing Client check box, and then click OK.
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Paul Nelson
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Subject: Canon MX-10
Has anybody ever set up a Client Access session for one of these as a
locally attached printer?
The IBM printer support site has no reference for it.