Do you want to get a list of all your network printers and send them to a file? All you need to know is the name...
(NetBIOSname or hostname) of the server sharing the printers and then type at the command prompt:
net view printservername | find /i "print">printers.txt
Replace "printservername" for a valid computername. In the example above the output goes to a file called "printers.txt".
If you have more than one server sharing printers and you want the output in the same file, then use the ">>" symbol to append to the file. For example:
net view myserver | find /i "print" >>printers.txt
Now you don't have to browse the network just to get a list of network printers.
net view computername | find /i "print" >printers.txt
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