I work for a small IT company that does a lot of network/systems administration and consultation for small businesses. We've been helping one of our clients move away from an old Dell 2950 with Windows Server 2003 (this is just one of their many servers) that acted as a domain controller, DNS/DHCP server, SQL server, Symantec Center (for Backup Exec and Norton AV), Exchange server, file server, SharePoint, Printer server, and a few other smaller roles (definitely a ton of stuff for one server).
As we split up these tasks to a variety of other servers and virtual machines, part of what I'm working on now is printer migration (moving the printers and settings from this 2950 to another server that they have). Easy enough, but for the time being the users will continue to access their printers through the old server (I've already gotten everything all set on the new server).
What I'm wondering, however, is if there is any easy way to move all of the users current printer preferences from the old server to the new one through Group Policy. In other words, can I redirect the paths of the current printers from the old server to the new one without having the users remove/re-add their printers?