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*Lemons, Jim
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setting up nt printers so all user can use them?

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09-26-2000 02:11 PM
How would you set up a NT 4.0 or 2000 workstation so that all users that log
on to the workstation can access all printers on a NT 4.0 server without
having to individually install each logical printer for each user?

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Jim Lemons
CAD Systems Manager
Howard R. Green Company
4685 Merle Hay Road, Ste. 106
Des Moines, Iowa 50322-1966
mailto:jlemons@hrgreen.com
*Diercks, Skip
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Re: setting up nt printers so all user can use them?

09-27-2000 04:46 AM in reply to: *Lemons, Jim
Run a script that has a reg hack that attaches the printers.

Skip

Jim Lemons wrote in message
news:112844A80C60ED1971B299299129D28D@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> How would you set up a NT 4.0 or 2000 workstation so that all users that
log
> on to the workstation can access all printers on a NT 4.0 server without
> having to individually install each logical printer for each user?
>
> --
> Jim Lemons
> CAD Systems Manager
> Howard R. Green Company
> 4685 Merle Hay Road, Ste. 106
> Des Moines, Iowa 50322-1966
> mailto:jlemons@hrgreen.com
>
*Lemons, Jim
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09-28-2000 01:41 PM in reply to: *Lemons, Jim
I've kind of had a personal policy of avoiding screwing with the registry,
mostly because of my own personal ignorance of it and the fear of really
screwing things up. It looks increasingly like I am going to have to
overcome my fears here though. (Kind of reminds me of the old days w/
autoexec.bat and win.ini files, etc. and I got through that ok after
overcoming my initial reluctance).

Could you please direct a newby like me towards any resources or examples of
how to get started on this great adventure in hacking the registry?

Thanks,
Jim Lemons

Skip Diercks wrote in message
news:smileyvery-happy:34A389AC0C3C143EAACFBF78AEECD84@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> Run a script that has a reg hack that attaches the printers.
>
> Skip
>
> Jim Lemons wrote in message
> news:112844A80C60ED1971B299299129D28D@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> > How would you set up a NT 4.0 or 2000 workstation so that all users that
> log
> > on to the workstation can access all printers on a NT 4.0 server
without
> > having to individually install each logical printer for each user?
> >
> > --
> > Jim Lemons
> > CAD Systems Manager
> > Howard R. Green Company
> > 4685 Merle Hay Road, Ste. 106
> > Des Moines, Iowa 50322-1966
> > mailto:jlemons@hrgreen.com
> >
>
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