I don't know if it will help you (it certainly helped me):

Using "RedMon - Redirection Port Monitor" and PS I was able to share on the network some very old Apple printer that everyone under the sun had drivers for (I was doing that to be able to print from my linux/BSDs/Sun,etc. machines as well as from windows, when no linux/BSDs/Sun drivers were available).

What I got was basically the apple (fake) printer sent its output to a specified port, that this software was listening on. Then it sends the output to the GhostScript program that then can print it to the normal printer on that machine.
Quite complicated to setup (takes around 20 minutes)  but you'll never have to worry about non-existent drivers ever again.

RedMon URL: http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/redmon/

I don't remember right now where I saw those specific instruction on how to do it, is just that you need to select a printer in Windows that knows PS. That Apple II printer knew that.

It worked for me, it may work for you as well.