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    Printer scripts in GPO

    I was just wondering here you lot put your printer script in your GPO? In Computer Configuration or in User Configuration?

    I currently have a GPO per Room/OU, the only thing set in this GPO is a script to map the printers for the room. I know it is common Microsoft practice to turn off User or Computer config of the GPO if you are not using it. This has lead me to wonder which is the best part of the GPO config to put the script in?

    My script to map the printers is currently in the User Section of the Room OU.

    Is this correct? and also do you use a printer removal script on log off as well?

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    Re: Printer scripts in GPO

    I use ric's scripts. It runs as both a login script (sets up printers for the user) and a startup script (to make sure the drivers are on the machine). It removes printers before it re-adds any (apart from local printers).

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    Re: Printer scripts in GPO

    Check out the wiki at http://www.russdev.com/edugeek/doku....ter_assignment for more information on this



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