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    Printer deletion

    Hi All,

    We use Desktop Authority to map our printers for our users based on which room location.

    But windows seems to save the printers as the students move around the school. Is there any scripts available to delete all printers @ logon?

    cheers

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    You'll want to talk to the guys who wrote Desktop authority (Scriptlogic) about how they actually install the printers in the first place...

    Personally I use a login script (see scripting forum space) to wipe all network printers and the re-add the relevant ones but that may not work here for reasons I've caught snippets about elsewhere.



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