Remove all printers and ques from a print server


Charles Stein

We are rolling out a new Windows 2003 print server. Just as I finished
preparing to migrate 140 printers to the new print server it was decided to
not do that but replace them with all new printers. There is a way to reset
the print server so all the print queues and port are removed and the share
names, as if it were a fresh install. Does anyone know how to do this?




Microsoft har a tool in the resourcekit for server 2003 called cleanspl.exe
which can do the trick.


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