Adding 32bit printer drivers to Windows Server 2008 R2

We have recently upgraded our infrastructure and now moved all our servers to Windows Server 2008. Along with this we have set up with our print server the 64 bit drivers as required. Is there a way we can add the equivalent 32 bit driver that we used in our 2003 environment for all our existing 32 bit clients that are on our network? I tried to add additional drivers but I got the error message attached:

Hope you guys can help.
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You need to add them remotely to the server from a windows 7 32bit console.
instructions for adding Vista drivers to Server 2003 but it's the same concept
MSSC_supportAuthor Commented:
This did not work. The drivers add but when adding the printer to the client it still does not use the printer driver. On the server under additional drivers if I try to add it, it stilll asks for an additional .inf file and then fails as in the image attached,
Alright try to copy the directory from windows 7 32bit to the server
 Directory windows 7
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MSSC_supportAuthor Commented:
It is a Windows Server 2003 box we are using that is 32 bit and the server we are migrating to is Server 2008. That directory does not exist in Windows server 2003.

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