You can deploy TCP/IP, Windows shared or LPR printers according to Active Directory user, computer, or group membership or IP address range.
You can deploy printers to end users by adding any of the following objects to the "Deploy" tab of a printer object.
If the end user or computer object is listed on the "Deploy" tab or if the end user or computer object is a member of one of the objects listed on the "Deploy" tab, the printer will automatically be installed on the end user's computer during the next login or if the Printer Installer Client is refreshed (right click system tray icon and select refresh).
Follow these steps to deploy printer to Active Directory user, computer, group, OU, container or IP address range members:
Note: If the object is a group object, select the Users or Computers check box to specify if the assignment is for user objects in the group or computer objects in the group or both.
Note: Learn more about deploying printers in Remote Desktop Services / Citrix sessions.
You can remove printers that were deployed to end user computers by simply removing the deployment assignment that deployed the printer to the end user. The Printer Installer Administrator > Tools > Settings > Client > Sync Deployment option must be enabled to cause the Printer Installer Client to remove end user's printers if they are no longer a member of the deployment group that deployed the printer or if the deployment assignment was removed.
Printer Installer deployment associations can be configured to set the printer being deployed by the association as the default printer. Your options are:
If the user or workstation is a member of multiple deployment assignments the printer being deployed with the most specific deployment group will win. Items higher in the list are applied over items lower in the list. Here is the priority list.
In addition to managing deployment assignments manually, assignments can also be managed in bulk by using a CSV file. Click here for more information.