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Automatic printer isntallation on network computers

i want to know how can i install ]network printer or share printer on multiple machine using any script or what ever the easiest best solution
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8/22/2022 - Mon


a simplet WSH script can add a shared printer, in a loginscript for example.

Set WshNetwork = CreateObject("WScript.Network")
WshNetwork.AddWindowsPrinterConnection "\\PrintServer1\Xerox300"
WshNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter "\\PrintServer1\Xerox300"

I know how to install and configure network printer but i want to know the way through which i can install network printers on multiple machine at once. "Nsondaty" yo udidn't catch my question :(.
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William Peck

Depending on how many computers you need to add the printer to it may be easier to do them individually.  However if you want a script to install the printer you can find details here:

Basically you will need to download the INF drivers and create a batch script that utilizes cscript to install the printer for you.  It's a bit of work for a few computers, but if you're using a system where you can push updates or would rather walk around with a thumb drive ( or have a lackie do it for you :-) ), then this might be the solution for you.

Dear Julian

Can you please give me a Sample script for printer installation on network so i can edit it and deploy it through Log-on script

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