Hi, I have a few clients (4) out of the 3000+ estate ,that use Card printers. How would you recommend I deploy these drivers to the 4 users , there are 3 models of the printers between them. We have a bust a build policy using SCCM APP-v and GPO's so I need to somehow deliver the drivers during or after a remote rebuild. Any suggestions , whats the most light wieght solution ? I had thought of adding the drivers to the print servers but as they are are locval printers this might not work.

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Thank you SMal.tmcc very very useful replies :)

Answered 08/10/2012 by: Appvpro
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found this on the web also


If you assign the user right "Load and unload device drivers" to the Power Users group, members of that group can also install local printers. then make the main user a poweruser.

you can run print manager on your win 7 machine and connect to that machine and take care of it or even temp grant admin rights to someome let them instsall the printer and then delete  them from the group.  Do this by opening computer manage on your system and under action choose connect to another computer and add them to that local admin group till the job is done.  This is the method we have used to allow a skilled user to assist us fixing something on there system that has to be done under that users profile.  We have some special test software that will only only install this way.

Answered 08/09/2012 by: SMal.tmcc
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Look at this link and see if either of these methods would work.


You could push an install batch you created

Answered 08/08/2012 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • Thanks SMal.tmcc very very useful replys.
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