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create print queue on remote server

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I need to allow Desktop Support folks to create printers on my server from their workstations. They will NOT have remote access to my print servers. Is this possible? a third party tool? Print Management does not have the function to create printers. Best with command line if possible. The goal is that they will create a printer, install driver, and share it out..all these will be done on their workstations. Thanks.
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I might start with using the command line printer control. http://www.robvanderwoude.com/2kprintcontrol.php

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Not exactly what I was looking for but the advice does have some value
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