We have a print server that contains roughly 30-40 printers. In the past they have created a new printer name, but direct it to the same IP/port so we can have as many as 5 or 6 printer names all pointing to the same device.
Windows Server 2003 each of these printer names would show up individually in the "Printers and Faxes" section regardless of how many share the same IP/port number.
Windows Server 2008 functions differently, it 'bundles' these printer under one listing (see screenshot). This makes it very hard to find an individual printer if I need to check one and the name happens to be nested.
Is there a way to un-group or un-nest the printers in 'Windows Server 2008'?