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How do i export printer information(ip &mac) from a 2003 print server

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How do i export printer information(ip &mac) from a 2003 print server
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You can use print migrator from Microsoft. This tool will grab all printers from the print server and you can restore the information on a new server such as ip etc.

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/techinfo/overview/printmigrator3.1.mspx
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Thanks for the input. I apologize for my tardiness in response. I will use this to miigrate hte printers from one server to the other. This will save me tons of time. Thanks again.
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