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novell 4.11 print queue identification

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I'm running Novell 4.11.  How can I tell which queue directory belongs to which 4.11 print queue?  I can't find a connection in NWADMIN or PCONSOLE. In Novell 3.x, it showed it in PCONSOLE.  
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The directory name is the queue's ID number which can be viewed by Nlist.

Saar Carmi

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Thanks!
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You welcome.

Tell you the truth, I don't remember the right Nlist syntax, do you?

Saar
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Type the following command from the root context and you see all print queues in your tree.  /S traverses all containers.  /D shows detailed info.

NLIST "PRINT QUEUE" /S /D

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