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Change or delete default  "General Every Printing Shortcut" from Windows server 2008, print server, with HP print driver for HP CP5525 printer

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I am setting up printer shortcuts on my Windows 2008 Print server that will specify what tray to pull paper from for a specific job. My Hp CP 5525 print drive come's with a default shortcut for "General Everyday Printing". Unfortunately I am unable to specify what paper tray to send this shortcut to. If I make a change to this shortcut and apply the change, the paper source will be changed to a random tray next time I look at the settings. I am also unable to delete the default shortcuts provided by HP so I can create a different shortcut.

Is it possible to edit or delete this shortcut?  The Shortcuts I created hold the settings ok.
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I have determined that using the driver configuration utility will allow me to delete the default shortcuts on an HP print driver.
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