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Rehosting a Windows Print Server

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My company has an older server that acts as our print server. It hosts about 100 queues and it does run Windows 2000. The old machine is too small and on its last legs. I am building a new server to replace that old machine.

My problem is that I would prefer not to manually re-enter all of those printer definitions. Is there a program or a protocol to copy those definitions to the new machine automatically?

Thanks,
Jim
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Duh.... I looked in the resource kit byt forgot about the supplement.  Thanks.
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No problem, glad I could help.  Thanks, MSGeek.
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