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Moving network print queues without losing the default print queue info

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I would like to move my Windows 2000 print queues from one server to our new 2000 server. Con2prt lets me delete and add queues but I lose the default network printer. Does anyone know how I can change just the network server name of the print queue on my windows 2000 pro PC's without losing the default printer?
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Use the Microsoft printmig utility.  Get it from MS downloads
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