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Remove built-in printer forms

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I want to remove the built-in printer forms (found at: Printers -> File -> Server properties -> Forms) so that the users only can select the custom forms that I've created.

(properties to be set at NT 4.0 server, users at Nt 3.51 or 4.0 ws)

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Question by:bjarte
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bjarte,

I've spent a few days trying to find a way. via registry, removing the files controlling the forms, searching for an entry on the web. I don't think you can. I don't want to make you use 200 points for an answer like this, so you might want to delete the question and save the points.

Sorry I couldn't help.
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tcalesa earned 200 total points
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I did some asking around and the answer...It can't be done

Sorry.
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