ncharleyhog Absent Member.
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change Device Settings

How do I change the default Device Settings for a ipringer printer so the change gets rolled out to everyone? Example: Suppose I want to make duplex printing the default for both new printer installations and existing workstation printers. I prefer not using Rundll32 or regedit to roll it out...
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jmarton2 Absent Member.
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Re: change Device Settings

On Tue, 23 Mar 2010 15:56:03 +0000, ncharleyhog wrote:

> How do I change the default Device Settings for a ipringer printer so
> the change gets rolled out to everyone? Example: Suppose I want to make
> duplex printing the default for both new printer installations and
> existing workstation printers. I prefer not using Rundll32 or regedit to
> roll it out...


If you are using OES2 SP2 or NW65SP8 you can just the setting to update
the printer driver which should push out updated printer driver profiles.



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ukdtom Absent Member.
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Re: change Device Settings

Joseph Marton wrote:

>NW65SP8


Currently broken, with the latest NPM plugins on Netware 😞

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