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    Changing Printer Ports

    We are migrating a Novell server to Windows 2000. We need to change the printer ports on numerous Windows 98 SE workstations. Anyone know of an automated way to do this through scripting or registry? Or any other way?

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    Re: Changing Printer Ports

    If it's a process which you will be doing over and over again, and all your configurations are the same, you can look at using a macro program to get the job done. I've used AceMacro with some success, but havn't spent a whole lot of time using it.. it can be had at <A target="_blank" HREF=></A>.

    Hope that helps!

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