This is the ALTERNATE Windows 95/98 driver needed for Point & Print on Windows NT4/2000 Server when sharing the HP2000Cse with Windows 9x clients. If you've been ripping your hair out trying to figure out why you can't find the 'correct' driver, try this one (it's only available on the CD, not on HP's website).
Unzip the files, then go to Start|Settings|Printers. Right-click on the HP2000Cse, then click Properties in the pop-up menu. Click on the Sharing tab, then on Additional Drivers. Select Intel/Windows 95 or 98. Click OK, then browse to the altdrv95.inf file. The driver will load, and now Windows 95/98 clients will get the driver the first time they connect to the printer, rather than having to load all the software on each client manually.
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|HPR20009.HP_||4.5 KB||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRMON09.DL_||11.1 KB||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRWIN09.DL_||144.5 KB||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRPML09.DL_||9.5 KB||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRMLC09.DL_||21.0 KB||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRNET09.DL_||8.8 KB||11 Dec 1998|
|HPR09.PK_||5.2 MB||11 Dec 1998|
|altdrv95.inf||868 bytes||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRDJC09.DR_||136.1 KB||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRECP09.DL_||20.1 KB||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRRSU09.DL_||8.6 KB||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRST109.IN_||3.6 KB||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRSEQ09.CF_||45 bytes||11 Dec 1998|
|HPRC1609.DL_||36.9 KB||11 Dec 1998|