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comment Move-ADObject errors upon taking CSV-file input
I'm not sure why you'd want to keep the identity string in that file, primarily because the string itself would contain commas. Having some other process build the string as a field inside your input File.csv for the express purpose of pulling it back out so you can use a single pipe. Lastly, your original question stated the fields inside input file, are you going to modify how this file gets built?
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answered Install McAfee ePO Agent via Group Policy
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comment List ALL Printers using Powershell
A "Local" printer is a printer assigned to a local port. This might be LPT: or even a TCP-IP port (still network, but directly from PC->Printer). A "per computer" printer is printing through another computer's printer spooler \\PrintSpooler\P23S If the user connect directly to \\PrintSpooler\P23S this is "per user" If I use rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /ga /c\\PCName /n\\PrintSpooler\P23S It will make the network printer available for all users who login to PCNAME
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comment List ALL Printers using Powershell
I know I can't see "per user" printers, but I'm looking for all printers that ALL users would see on a computer. "per computer" and "local" Ideally, I would be running this remotely, so my tech does not have to go to each computer to add/remove printers. If a user adds their own to their profile, I don't care. But I want to make sure we can see what printers are available within one view.
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answered What version of SCO Open Server are guys using out there and on what hardware?