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Change Printer Port Settings

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Is is possible to create a batch file that will change the printer port settings (Protocol, Queue Name, and LPR Byte Counting).
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Here's a reference that might help in terms of doing a VBScript. (I know, not exactly the same... checking on doing batch files)

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321025/?sd=RMVP&fr=1
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Any luck with a batch file?
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Check this out... might turn out rather interesting.
http://www.ss64.com/nt/

The one in particular you'll be interested in is this.... and you could utilize this in a batch file. BTW, the VBS file referenced is located in the system32 folder.
 
http://www.ss64.com/nt/prncnfg.html
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All standard Windows stuff. Hope that helps.
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