I am new to scripting and creating custom adms and since I have run across the ability to map network drives without a script, I am trying to find how to do the same with printers.
My goal is to handle mapping printers strictly in group policy management without the use of a script.
Since it can be done with mapped drives, can this be accomplished for printers?
My first thoughts tell me this should be possible, but there are most likely catches with driver installations.
I hope this is possible.
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