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I recently migrated iprint from a 32bit oes2sp3 server to oes11. Is
there a way to rename the driver store & print mgr I had to create
prior to the migration (that now the printers run from)?

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Stevo
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Stevo;2211037 wrote:
I recently migrated iprint from a 32bit oes2sp3 server to oes11. Is
there a way to rename the driver store & print mgr I had to create
prior to the migration (that now the printers run from)?

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Stevo


Not easily. If you're using DNS-based stuff, your users will never know the difference. It'll only come into play for management.

We've done it once, as a non-supported method, but it's quite nasty as it involves manually editing the XML files all over the place.
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kjhurni sounds like they 'said':

> Not easily. If you're using DNS-based stuff, your users will never
> know the difference. It'll only come into play for management.
>
> We've done it once, as a non-supported method, but it's quite nasty as
> it involves manually editing the XML files all over the place.


So my response to kjhurni's comment is...

Ok, thanks. I guess I'll leave it alone as it seems to be working fine.

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Stevo
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