WMI TCPIPPrinterport object for Windows 2000?
Posted on 2007-08-10
I have an upcoming project that requires an overhaul of the entire IP scheme. My biggest hurdle is handling some 40 network printers that my 300 clients are accessing via IP address. What I would like to do is create a DNS entry for every printer, write a script to automatically map all of the clients to the hostname, and then simply update the IP addresses in DNS. I have written a VBScript to do this using the Win32_TCPIPPrinterport WMI object. Unfortunately, this object doesn't exist for Windows 2000. Does anyone know of a way to script this for 2000, or atleast a way to access the Standard TCP/IP information via WMI in 2000? Thanks.