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Assign rights to all printers with powershell server 2012 print server

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Is there a way to add rights to all printers on a print server using powershell? (Or any other for that matter)  We want to add a domain group that we just created to all existing printers on a print server that has full rights.

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by:Raheman M. Abdul
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You can try:

subinacl.exe is utility

Subinacl /printer * /grant="DOMAIN\GroupName=M"

* represents all printers
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by:-Matthew-
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I didn't find that program on the server, so I googled it and found this article, http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=23510

It appears that it is not supported on server 2012, do you know if that is true?
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Adding members to the printer security using Powershell is given in the following link which might help you:

http://bjornhouben.wordpress.com/2013/07/13/powershell-manage-printers/
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