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help with pushing a printer script via group policy over a wireless connection

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Hello guys and as always thanks for your time and expertise.
Here's how I'm pushing these printer scripts.  Please bear in mind I have multiple mobile wirless carts in the school I work in.  These laptops connect to the LAN obviously via an access point.  I'm trying to push the printer that's in the room via a printer script in group policy.
Here's how I set it up:
I put the printer script in computer config\windows\startup and I put it in user config\windows\logon.  Under computer config/admin templates\system\group policy, I also enable loopback processing and replace mode.  I've also set the detect slow link under computer config to 750.  Please help.  It's taking forever for the printer to show up and I often have to force the script to run on the individual laptops or connect them to the lan.  Your help is greatly appreciated.  How can I speed this process up, if possible.  Thanks in advance.
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I'll withdrawthe question.  I'm obviously wasting my time with this one.
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