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    Clear Print Queues

    Anyone got a copy of the script ClearPrintQueue.wsf? I think it was on a CD that came with a Microsoft administrator handbook. Have found references to it on the net but not the file itself. It allows you to delete all print jobs on specified computers which I want to do as a schedule at the end of each day to save me another job.

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    I just use this:

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    c:\windows\system32\cscript prnqctl.vbs -x -s servername -p "Printer/Queue Name"
    With the prnqctl.vbs file (attached).

    I put it/them in a batch file and run it as a sceduled job or whenever I need it.

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