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Where are network printers stored in my profile?

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When I make a connection to a network printer (in this case an HP Designjet 1055cm), where is it stored in my profile or roaming profile?

The problem is that after I add a network printer, log off and then log back on at a different location, the printer is not there anymore.  Roaming profiles is enabled here.

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Lee W, MVP earned 750 total points
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The information is in your NTPROFILE.DAT file - this is the user registry, HKCU.
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by:romatlo
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Where is the NTPROFILE.DAT?  Are you referring to the NTUSER.DAT?
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