I have an old legacy VMS VAX (Alpha) server that's still used for a program called Vango.
The VAX is located at 192.168.1.2
We have an existing server that's being replaced, which is currently running SBS 2003, and it's at 192.168.1.148. It's DNS name is, "Server"
Basically, we'd like to install the new server with a different name and a different IP address from the old windows server. But, in order to do this, we need to be able to change the VAX queue location for the print queues:
$ show queue Printer queue 600TCP, idle, on ALPHA::"600TCP:9100", mounted form DZPLOT (stock=DEFAULT) <600TCP> Printer queue 650TCP, idle, on ALPHA::"650TCP:9100", mounted form COLOR (stock=DEFAULT) <650TCPLIBRARY=650TCP_DEVCTL> Printer queue HP1100, idle, on ALPHA::"HP1100:9100", mounted form HPLJ <HP1100> Generic printer queue HP600 Generic printer queue HP650 Generic printer queue HPLJ Terminal queue LTA12, idle, on ALPHA::LTA12:, mounted form HPLJ Terminal queue LTA18, idle, on ALPHA::LTA18:, mounted form PLOT Terminal queue LTA19, idle, on ALPHA::LTA19:, mounted form PLOT Printer queue MOPIER, idle, on ALPHA::"MOPIER:9100", mounted form HPLJ <MOPIER> Batch queue SYS$BATCH, idle, on ALPHA:: Batch queue SYS$NIGHT, idle, on ALPHA:: Entry Jobname Username Status ----- ------- -------- ------ 317 DAILYBACK SYSTEM Holding until 16-AUG-2012 03:00:00 Terminal queue SYS$PRINT, idle, on ALPHA::LTA11:, mounted form DEFAULT $
But, to be honest, I don't know how to change the print queue to point it to the new server name and IP address.
What I need is the actual commands to type into the VAX shell to change the server/device name for the queue so that it will now point to the new windows server.