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Where are the 'Location' and 'Comments' Column Names for Printers in Windows Server 2008 R2?

Posted on 2011-03-22
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Does anyone know how to get these columns to show in 2008 R2 when viewing Printers and Faxes?  They're still available in 2008, but seem to have been left out of 2008 R2.
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Cool!  Running printmanagement.msc gives me exactly what I was needing.  Thanks!
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gkholton--Glad to hear the problem is solved.  You are welcome.
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