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How to add printer to the domain?

In order to add the printer to the domain, you’ll have to share it from a print server first (A print server that is a member of the domain). Make sure you shared your printer, then go to the following steps.

Start > Control Panel >Printers and Faxes > Add New Printer
((Add Printer Wizard Appears))
Local Printer (do not detect)
Create New Port > Standard TCP/IP Port
((Add standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard Appears))
Enter IP Address of printer
Next / Finish
Select Printer Driver
Give the printer a name
Select “Share Name:” and assign the printer a name.
Enter Location and Comment if desired.

Now the printer is added to that server. You can add a mapping in your startup script to SERVERPRINTER_NAME

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