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    Printing scripts for users netlogon
    Haven't been online for a while, got rid of RM CC3, been putting in a new Windows 2003 school wide network, 3 new servers and 95 new workstations to compliment the other 100 workstations we already have running WinXP. Anyway, I am using a vbs script tagged on to users netlogon scripts to find local network printers, I'm using DLINK Print Servers, anyway, only problem is the vbs script is suppose to remove the local printers from users profiles when they logout but they don't and as such students are printing all over the place... can anyone come up with a better method, would have to be very well explained for me to impliment.

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    Re: Printer Scripts

    Would the script I posted at http://www.edugeek.net/index.php?nam...iewtopic&t=404 not do the trick?

    Simply change the switch statement and printer names to suit your environment (or nick the code at the top which removes the printers). Add this as a login script using a GPO and jobs a gud un

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