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How do I export all printer info from Windows 2k3 to a file?

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How do I export all printer info(Name, Share Name, IP Address, Type...) from Windows 2k3 to a text or excel file?

Thanks in advance for your help!
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Hi - Thanks for the quick response!  I ran the script and all it gave me was the the Name.

Description:
Host Address:
Name: IP_xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Port Number:
Protocol:
SNMP Community:
SNMP Dev Index:
SNMP Enabled:

Is there something Im missing?


Thanks,
Laq
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Thanks for your help
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