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i have a old (windows 2003)print server ,now i installed windows 2012 printserver.

please give me advice and tips ,how can i import printers from old server to new server
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to be blunt you cannot as windows 2003 is 32bit and server 2012 is 64 bit, you need to get all new drivers and install them
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