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Checking network printers upon login

Posted on 2007-04-10
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We have several network-connected printers.  When users log into the domain, how can I verify that they have the network printers installed?  If they are not installed, how do I automatically add these printers for the user?  I can share the printers from the server, but each printer does have its own IP address.  Thanks for the help.
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you can use a logon script to install the printer automatically
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Is there an example script that I can use?
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