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Adding Printer Port by Code in Windows 2000

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I am looking for piece of code in VB, VBS or WSH to add a new printer port in windows 2000 and bind it to a known print monitor. I don't want a dialog to pop up when doing this. I used to do this easily by modifying registry in NT 4.0 and 9x but that won't work in windows 2000. Please help.
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