Our company has upgraded and made new print servers for each branch.  I am new to scripting and would like to ask how I can remove an old printer and add a new one.  I am currently looking to use a batch file.  I am currently have a script but would like to add the step to remove the old one.  I don't want to confuse the users while printing.  Below is my batch file.  Please let me know what I can do to make it work the best. I also am trying to not have the users not reboot to see the newly added printer.

 

REM Add printer
rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /ga /n\\"Print Server Name"\"Printer Name"
md.exe /c start /wait ping 127.0.0.1 -n 10
cd c:\windows\system32
NET stop spooler
NET start spooler

 

 

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  • Thanks, anyone have a script that has an IF THEN statements. If \\server1\Printer1 then run command line to delete that printer and install the new one \\Server\NY-print-01
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Seek out the rather nice print-related VBS scripts from Microsoft. Much more flexible than nasty old batch!

Google for 'prncnfg.vbs' - that should turn the whole set up.
Answered 09/30/2015 by: VBScab
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