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forgotten21

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  1. I am gonna try this I will get back with the results. Thanks much!
  2. Pre-existing 32 bit print servers. Thank you for replying. Sorry about the confusion.
  3. existing printer with 32 bit only drivers on 32 bit print servers.
  4. Hey all; I have been doing unattended installs for years now and I have learned more from this site than anywhere on the web so I thought I would give the group a question which is hounding me. I work for a large company and I have been put in charge of loading up 47 Windows 2003/2008 Print Servers with the latest Windows 7 64 bit print drivers for about 600 different printers. I have used this group to help me with the major task of unattended installations of Operating Systems so I was wondering if anyone has an idea on how this could be done using the unattended installation process. This would be only the drivers not the configuration of course, I am sure this is not as big a deal as I think it is and I was hoping someone out there might have an idea of how to accomplish this task. I will be using 64 bit systems to load the drivers of course, 64 bit servers and vise versa. What I was thinking of doing is this (I have not tested this yet so please no vicious slamming) Loading one up with everything I have and copying the Spool dir (after shutting off the spooler service) and coping it to the new server since I don't need any port configuration just the drivers. This will probably work for HPs but we use everything so this is why I am here. What is the best way to accomplish this task and not have to do 1000s of hrs in cleanup? Thanks All Forgotten
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