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  1. Hello. I did create these few functions several months ago. I post here, if it can interest someone. These functions based on WMI queries allow you to manage printers : add / delete printer, driver, port, or obtain configuration, set default printer ... I let you discover it with the code. Here is the list of the available functions : _PrintMgr_AddLocalPort _PrintMgr_AddLPRPort _PrintMgr_AddPrinter _PrintMgr_AddPrinterDriver _PrintMgr_AddTCPIPPrinterPort _PrintMgr_AddWindowsPrinterConnection _PrintMgr_CancelAllJobs _PrintMgr_CancelPrintJob _PrintMgr_Enum
  2. So, this is not one of my neatest scripts, but I haven't contributed much to the forum lately, and this was a help to me this week. I was migrating about 40 print queues from an old print server to a new one. Since this entails removing the old printer and creating the new printer for each user on each PC for each print queue used (for about 350 users), doing this manually was out of the question. I just added this to the logon scripts to run once per user per machine. If anyone finds the need to make a similar migration, please feel free to use/modify this. Global $oMyErr
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