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can you set a default printer for all users

 
 
bg
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      8th Aug 2003
need to map hundreds of computers to new printers, if new
user logs in, it has to be set up again - is there an
easy way to define the printer(s) for all users on a
machine without having to log into it previously ?


 
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      19th Aug 2003
Morning,
Try adding the everyone group.

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> need to map hundreds of computers to new printers, if new
> user logs in, it has to be set up again - is there an
> easy way to define the printer(s) for all users on a
> machine without having to log into it previously ?
>
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