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Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Migrating Print Servers from One System to Another

Often you'll find that you must replace an existing print server with a new machine. Sometimes this happens because the current hardware doesn't perform well enough to handle the current load. Other times this happens because you are moving from one operating system to another.

When you deploy a new print server to replace an existing server, you can use the migration techniques discussed in Part 3, to do the following:

  • Reduce the amount of time it takes to configure the new server

  • Ensure the configuration of the new server is the same as the old server

  • Consolidate print servers by moving printers from multiple print servers to a single print server

As with standard operating system migration, you ...

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