Add computer with group policy byt the computer configuration, NOT USER

Posted on 2006-03-21
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What I trying to do is setup some type of automation that when a users logs on to a computer, a network printer is added to the computer. I do not want to do it through log on scripts because people use different computers and different computers at different building locations.  I would also like to stay away from roaming profiles because of the situation with the different building locations. I'm really looking to not look at the users account or profile but at the computers account in AD, with group policy and the computer configuration part of Group Policy. Pretty much no matter who logs on to a pitucular computer that computer will print to a specified network printer already . thank you for help in advance!
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