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IPrint Migration from One Tree to Another

IPrrint Migration from one Tree to Another most importantly the 6000 clients.
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NLMachado;2170172 wrote:
IPrrint Migration from one Tree to Another most importantly the 6000 clients.


Hi,

Not sure what you are asking. If migrating to OES2/OES11 servers, there is the miggui that can help in migrating printer objects, drivers, etc to the new tree. If NetWare is still in play (on the side you are migrating to), SCMT can still be used if the source is also a NetWare server.

Other than that, more details of your plan and environment would be good.

-Willem
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