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04/16/2019 292 views

Hello,

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 I created a script to remove and install a network printer. It runs on local PC but not in script. I see it places the VBS in \kbots_cache\packages\kbots folder but will not run.

We are running both windows 10 X64 & x86


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Network printers are a per user type of thing.  Scripts run as system by default, try running the script as current user. 

Answered 04/16/2019 by: SMal.tmcc
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Hi Kdebiasse,

Here is the script that has worked for me for network printers.

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rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /ga /n\\<printserver>\<printqueuename> /q


net stop spooler

net start spooler

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set <printserver> to your print server name and <printqueuename> to your print queue name.

Good luck!

Answered 05/07/2019 by: scdavissmith
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  • I've been using this command for over 10 years, seconded.
    • I don't have a print server. however, I am still trying to install a network printer to multiple computers via kace. how do I do it? I searched the web and mostly they are mentioned server.

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