Registry key for a locally created TCP/IP
Posted on 2006-03-23
We have customers who use network printers that are not on a print server, yet they do have a static IP address and can be accessed over the network by creating local TCP/IP ports on the pc's and then installing the drivers manually.
When we perform computer upgrades, we run a program that copies registry keys from networked printers, however, it doesn't copy any locally created TCP/IP ports.
Does anyone know the registry keys that are created when a local TCP/IP port is created so that I can put them into the script so that they get copied over?
Also should mention that when we are performing these upgrades, they are from Win2k to WinXP, so I know the drivers might be different for these printers to be added as well.
Or can someone tell me if this is even possible?
Thanks in advance,