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Windows Server 2003 in a Nutshell by Mitch Tulloch

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Printers

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Add a new local printer

Printing Add a Printer Install a Printer for a Local Print Device

Add a new network printer

Printing Add a Printer Install a Printer for a Network-Interface Print Device

Clear a print queue

prnqctl -x

Connect to a printer to manage it

Printing Connect to a Remote Printer

Configure spooling settings for a printer

Printing Configure Properties for a Printer Advanced

Printing Configure a Print Server Advanced

Configure Windows client computers for printing to a printer

Printing Configure Clients for Printing

Control who has access to a printer

Printing Assign Printer Permissions

Printing—Concepts Printer Permissions

Display information about printers and configure them from the command line

prncnfg

Find a printer published in Active Directory

Printing Find a Printer

Install a printer driver for a printer

Printing Configure Properties for a Printer Advanced

Printing Configure a Print Server Drivers

Manage a print queue and print jobs for a given printer

Printing Manage a Print Queue

net print

prnjobs

Manage printer drivers from the command line

prndrvr

Manage printers from the command line

prnmngr

Manage printers using Group Policy

Group Policy Object Editor Computer Configuration Administrative Templates Printers

Pause a printer to clear a paper jam

Printing Pause a Printer

prnqctl -z

Pool multiple physical printers into a single logical ...

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