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Does anyone know how to print to (or set up) a printer on Windows2000 by just knowing the Printer IP address, and also by just using VB script? I know how to do it by using Windows wizard, or how to set up network printer by knowing PrinterServerPrinterName using script. But how about doing it by just knowing printer static IP address, like 129.13.114.8? I’ve done some search for several days, but still no clue. Does anyone have experience on this? Thanks in ahead 😉

xixi

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  1. Xixi,

    I believe you can substitute the IP address of the printer with the printer name. I know it works on boxes running XP Pro referencing systems, but I am not sure about printers. Wouldn’t hurt to try it.

    PrinterServer129.13.114.8

    Let me know if that works or not…

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