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How do I "deploy"a printer server 2008

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So I am running my AD 2008 x64 std server as a print server, and in the print manager i have this option of viewing "deployed printers". Yet it is empty, even though i have 4 printers running off the server and 50+ clients using them.

Am I Missing something? What ARE deployed printers, and why can't i see any printers as deployed?
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