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searching a list of printer hostnames given in a text file in a windows server?

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munish259272

I have a text file containing hostnamess of the printer.

I want to check the existence of thse printers in the server and put the non existing printers in a text file.

Is it possible to do this serch with printer hostname or ip insteadt of looking for printer name.

Please suggest.

 

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careca

I've seen it's possible to ping for printers in a network, so that should take care of that, then it's the usual 'array' + 'for' loop.


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