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Removing Printers

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So far with peoples help... ( Thanks James .. etc.. ) I can add printers to my computer without user interaction... now deleteing it seems to be another large pain in the ass

ADD A PRINTE -- > Run('"' & @SystemDir & '\RunDll32.EXE" printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /ga /c"\\' & GUICtrlRead($Input5) & '" /in\\server /n"\\server\' & StringTrimLeft($printer, 1) & '"')

Delete a Printer Run('"' & @SystemDir & '\RunDll32.EXE" printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /gd /c"\\' & GUICtrlRead($Input19) & '"/n"\\server\' & StringTrimLeft($printer, 1) & '"')

I can't get it to remove the printer I just added...

Help..again ... :/

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So far with peoples help... ( Thanks James .. etc.. ) I can add printers to my computer without user interaction... now deleteing it seems to be another large pain in the ass

ADD A PRINTE -- > Run('"' & @SystemDir & '\RunDll32.EXE" printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /ga /c"\\' & GUICtrlRead($Input5) & '" /in\\server /n"\\server\' & StringTrimLeft($printer, 1) & '"')

Delete a Printer Run('"' & @SystemDir & '\RunDll32.EXE" printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /gd /c"\\' & GUICtrlRead($Input19) & '"/n"\\server\' & StringTrimLeft($printer, 1) & '"')

I can't get it to remove the printer I just added...

Help..again ... :/

That run line still doesn't look right.

Take another look at the code I posted in the last thread.


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That run line still doesn't look right.

Take another look at the code I posted in the last thread.

I tried yours it didn't suit the setup I had for it.. But it did work... The run line above works great and fast ..

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