A Print Server is usually configured through a web browser. Print Server is integrated with broadband routers in many products but a separate Print Server provides best network and printing performance. End users may connect and print to shared printers in several ways. For example, Microsoft Windows supports sharing printers using a direct Internet Protocol IP connection. A small office may have several users sharing a printer attached directly to the office data network. In this type of environment, each user often acts as the administrator of an individual machine or there is a single person who performs computer administration and management tasks in addition to their other responsibilities. With no existing server and limited network traffic, a direct IP connection may be the least expensive way to configure and share a printer.