Originally Posted by Rackmountsales
RUNDLL32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /n \\server\printer.name /dn
The ending /dl is a local printer delete the ending /dn is a network printer delete,
rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /y /q /n \\server\printer.name
Hope that helps!
thanks for the comment, but that wont work.
i don't have the destination for the printer because it does no longer exist.
i don't even know what the destination was when the printer was still on the domain.
so the \\server\printername wont work.