Scripting Printer Installation with PrintUI.dll

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Printer installation can be made into a scripting process very easily by use of the PrintUI DLL. Here is how to do it.

In certain network situations it can be very beneficial to script the installation of printers based on physical location, username, group membership, etc. One of the most used methods of doing this is through PrintUI.dll.

The following command will install a printer named “LabA’ that is shared off of a printer server called “FacilityA”:

rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /ga /n\FacilityALabA /y

PrintUI.dll has several switches that can do almost any type of printer manipulation you could possible image. To view all of these switches you can type:
rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /? ')}

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