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How to migrate printers from Win2000 Server to Windows Server 2003

Posted on 2006-11-08
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Last Modified: 2010-04-18
I am replacing a Windows 2000 Server w/ a Windows Server 2003 box. Both pc's are stand-a-lone servers on a network with a PDC Windows Server 2003. The Windows 2000 Server has (15) network printers as part of a customized accounting system. Do I manually install all the printers or is there a migration tool that will help me get all the printers installed exactly like the old Windows 2000 box?
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Chris Dent earned 1200 total points
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Have you had a look at the Printer Migration tool?

That should be able to help with it all.


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inbarasan earned 800 total points
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Dear sahinman,
You can use Printer Migrator 3.1 from Microsoft to do the same
Check the below article

Happy Migrating

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Chris is faster than me :-)
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