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Printer Share names in Printer Btach Script

Posted on 2009-04-14
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I'm writing a printer install/rename/delete batch script and I noticed that some of the printers installed long ago have spaces in the share name. Will this cause problems for my vbs script? If so, is there a way for me to overcome them?
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enclose the names in double-quotes as in:

   cannon on lpt1

becomes:

   "cannon on lpt1"
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Yippee!! I've scored some points today! Thank you.
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