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How to change the Print Spooler Buffer size in Windows XP Pro?

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In the printers folder I changed the Spool Folder Location to another partition through Server Properties.
It is working fine, but I would like to know how to increase the buffer size.
I also would like to do the same in Windows NT4.0 Server.
Is all this done through the Registry?

Thank you for your help.
LuisP
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Thank you astaec.
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My pleasure, LuisP.  ":0) Asta
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