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We have built a new print server (Server 2008 R2) and have set a GPO so only members of a security group (i.e. computers) will get the printers deployed from the new print server. This is happening fine but they are also still getting the printers from the old print server (Server 2003). The printers from this server were deployed in the same way but the computers in the new security group were removed from the old group. Are these old printers held in the machine registry or the users profile possibly?

Can someone help please?
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Please use below the command in user machine.

Go to CMD |gpupdate /sync

This command will synchronously policies and will delete the old ones.
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