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I normally do it using Gorup Policy preference instead of SCCM (for once ;-) )

Here is an example of a script to add network printers that you could use. http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/ezine/ezine16.htm



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How to deploy a VBScript via SCCM? Simply place it in a folder and make a Package out of it like you normally would with any other app. Then you can simply Browse to the .VBS file like you would to a .EXE and set it up to execute. Of course, there's a few other things here and there, but that's the basics of it. Also remember that the script will run as SYSTEM if you deploy it with Admin rights.


If your machines are on a domain I'd also suggest looking at using a GPO, or else maybe granting the users rights to add printers and implement a logon script (either via a GPO using loopback processing, or on the domain user account)...

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