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IPs of Network Printer @ Print Server.

Posted on 2006-07-24
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There is a command which lists all the network printers on the print server for me. which is
net view printservername | find /i "print" >printers.txt.  

I am looking for a command which returns me the Name of Printers with thier IP addresses for admin purposes. I can also goto the print server and have to it one by one manually and if there are around 200 printers then it's quite a pain.
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use utilities to scan the whole LAN or list of ips. they usually can resolve host name

for example, angry ip scanner http://www.angryziber.com/ipscan/
or google -> scan ip
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