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Removing "Additional Drivers"

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      8th Aug 2003
How do you remove "Additional Drivers" loaded onto the
server for NT4.0. I have an HP 1220 which I loaded
the "additional driver" for NT4.0. Now when an NT4.0
client attaches to the printer the drivers load
automatically and don't work at all. have removed the
printer...tried to remove every setting i could find out
of the registry related to the driver...to no avail. As
soon as I add the printer back in the additional drivers
automatically reappear with no way to remove them.
Whoever designed this toally POS feature should be fired!
Can anyone offer any help or do I have to rebuild the
entire server because of 1 mouseclick????
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Walter Schulz
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      11th Aug 2003
>How do you remove "Additional Drivers" loaded onto the
>server for NT4.0.

Rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /s

Go to third tab and remove the drivers.

Ciao, Walter
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      11th Aug 2003
Start -> Settings -> Printers

File -> Server properties

Tab: Drivers

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