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Apply custom printer settings for all users in Windows 10

Printer Custom Settings Windows 10

Printers are the bain of every IT administrator’s existence.  Every manufacturer is different, there are a million and a half methods for managing them, users install them in ways that not even you knew were possible, the list goes on. But let’s say that you have a computer that’s shared among many users throughout a shift across multiple shifts.  That very computer has several different printers installed via various methods.  One is installed by IP address, the other is installed via USB.  Whatever your scenario, you have different configurations to serve your need.  Hell, you may even have the same…

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Microsoft Office 2019 for Mac test build delivered

Two months after rolling out to commercial testers it’s Office 2019 for Windows preview, Microsoft is delivering a test build of its Mac counterpart. Microsoft is releasing on June 12 a preview of Office 2019 for Mac, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote. It’s the next “perpetual” update to Office on Mac. Perpetual means this won’t require an Office 365 subscription and will be accessible for purchase to run on a single device once it rolls out in the second half of 2018. Like Office 2019 for Windows, Office 2019 for Mac includes features that Microsoft already has been…

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Robocopy Command Reference

What is Robocopy? A robust file copy command for the Windows command line that allows you to copy files, directories, and even drives from one location to another. Robocopy Syntax Full output of robocopy /? Robocopy Examples In this first example, any .jpg file would be copied from the folder directory into the folder2 directory. Whenever you want to copy one or more files and not a complete directory the file must be specified after the destination directory. In the above example, the robocopy command would copy all files (not directories) in the folder directory to the folder2 directory. In the above…

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