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Printer Port NULL not available

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Hi,
on a NTWS4 I have the following Printer Ports: NULL, FILE, LPTx and COMx. At a NTServer4 there is only FILE, LPTx and COMx.
Where is the NULL-Port? How can I add one?
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Add a l port.>Local Port Type NUL for the port name and OK. You have a null port.
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That was supposed to say add a new port.
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