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Hey Guys,

Having a bit of a 'mare trying to manage / map printers. We want to be able to silently map network printers that are on a print server. There is no Group Policy in play here (users are Azure AD joined).

Anyone have a way around this? The way I can see this working (and would prefer not to go this route) is as follows:

Download Drivers to local C:\ drive
Run powershell as Admin: Add-PrinterDriver
Run Console Execute: Add-Printer

I want to avoid the Download of drivers to the C drive, but it is an option if we have to. This method also works should they not have a print server and want to connect direct to the printer.



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