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In my office, there are several PCs running Windows. Each of them has its own printer. Is it possible to print a file from my laptop simultaneously on those printers, using IP address/lpt/whatever? In the UNIX world, it's possible by using CUPS.

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To my knowledge this is not possible using default tools.

You could hack something together using the print command in a rather twisted batch file. Check out more about the print command here.

If you don't want to go down the Batch Script Rabbit Hole, you may want to spring for a third-party application. Examples include:

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About a million years ago I used this freeware product: http://www.andtechnologies.com/index.php?q=free-software/multiprinter-port

Runs on Windows, but it says only x86 unfortunately.

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