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Need script to find ALL printers (local and network) for each computer (thousands).

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There are @ 3000 computers in my network. The script will ask each computer:

1) What network printers are you connected to (Active Directory)?
2) What local printers do you have connected via USB?

I Don't mind if I need to run 2 or 3 different scripts to get the info, how how long it takes to run. I will consolidate the data later.
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Awesome - I will give it shot.
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