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Capturing a printer port

Postby Dan » Wed, 19 Nov 2003 00:08:57 GMT

Does anyone know how to capture a printer port in Windows 
2000?

I need to take a network printer and map it to LPT1...

Thanks,
Dan 


Capturing a printer port

Postby anonymous » Thu, 20 Nov 2003 02:58:23 GMT

net use [devicename | *] [\\computername\sharename
[\volume]] [password | *]] [/user:[domainname\]username] 
[[/delete] | [/persistent:{yes | no}]]


that is all the parameters.  I usually use 

net use lpt1 \\printserver\printer /persistant:yes



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