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local USB printer set to default for all logged in users

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I have a local printer on a Windows XP pro machine that is on a Windows 2003 server. How can I have this local printer set as the default printer for enyone that logges on this machine?
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It can be done through the Windows Registry. You Login as adminstrator, setup the printer, and then modify the registry keys.

MS TechNet Article with full instructions here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/252388
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