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I need to get a report of local and network printers in our company infrastructure to our management team. I am not certain how I will get printer info we need (computer/location of printer/Printer make and model/Network or local). We have about 2700 computers on our network, I would say about 200 of them have local printers. Is there a script I can run in Automate to find this out and create a report? I have seen scripts that can do it one computer at a time....that needs to be run on each computer.....but I do not really know scripting enough to create one that can get me the info for all systems in Automate we need. I had previously posted a similar request and did get the Printer Status plugin as a response. Does anyone have experience with that?
This is a basic script that uses AppCrashView and a PowerShell script to parse spoolsv.exe crash reports to identify problematic drivers. The driver detection requires Win8+ due to the Get-PrinterDriver and Get-Printer cmdlets. Edit: This script has been updated to support Windows 7 systems using WMI queries in place of the Get-Printer and Get-PrinterDriver cmdlets. Print Spooler Crash Report.xml