I am attempting to deploy a printer on a per-user basis via GPO. I am using Windows Server 2003 SP2 32-bit for my server, and my client PC's are all Windows 7 pro 64-bit machines. I have created the appropriate security group to which the policy will apply, and deployed the printer using printer management. I attempted to get the printer connections actually pushed using a startup/logon script so that all clients have to run the 64-bit version of PushPrinterConnections.exe, which I managed to get by extracting the contents of the pmcmgmt.exe package from the MSKB.
Apparently, I shouldn't even have to use PushPrinterConnections.exe since the clients are all Win7-64, and the program should only be required for Win2000 and WinXP clients. In any case, no printer appears for the clients to use, despite:
a) Making them manually run PushPrinterConnections.exe, just in case the logon script isn't working
b) Repeated log-on/log-off's as well
If anyone has any suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!