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command line export/import of network drives and printers

There is a registry key for both of these that can be easily exported and imported.  I wan't to know how to do it from the command line?
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DrDamnitCommented:
Hi tedpenner,
I can write you a vb script if you can tell me what format you want the output in, and which registry keys you need read.

Cheers!
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tedpennerAuthor Commented:
Actually, I would rather just have the command line code.
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tedpennerAuthor Commented:
I need to export the network drives and printer from one machine used on our domain and import it to another machine used on our domain.  I need to import into the currently logged in users network profile?
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tedpennerAuthor Commented:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Network
HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Printer

I need command line code for export from specified_share
I need command line code for import from specified_share
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DrDamnitCommented:
You accepted my answer, but I haven't posted the script. Do you still need it or did youwrite your own?
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tedpennerAuthor Commented:
I wrote my own.  What I was wanting was the commands used and I think I have it now.  Thanks for writing back.
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