I have a lots of HP printer that I would like to know how to create package with IP address embedded in it, that way when the user ask me they need to install printer, I just send that package to their desktop.

is anyone know how to do that?


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Lillian
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Is this for XP? Explorer the printer VB Scripts which are installed by default into SYSTEM32:

prncnfg.vbs
prndrvr.vbs
prnjobs.vbs
prnmngr.vbs
prnport.vbs
prnqctl.vbs

There's a ton of help available. Use Google and MSDN and you'll be set.
Answered 06/15/2007 by: VBScab
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Hi Lillian,
we use 'prnadmin.dll' from the XP Resource Kit. It comes with examples and is well documented.
We have a basic MSI with Custom Actions for adding/removing printer drives, installing/removing ports, installing/removing printers, setting the user rights and to apply settings to the printers to install.
Regards, Nick
Answered 06/19/2007 by: nheim
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