"Group Policy Preferences and Setting the Default Printer
On a final note, you may encounter some guides that recommend the use of Group Policy Preferences for printer deployment instead, and in some scenarios that method does have advantages. However it is more complicated to manage and does not integrate with the Print Management console, hence why I prefer the standard Group Policy. There is one particular situation where they can be particularly useful though, which is when you need to set users’ default printer, but that is something to be covered in a separate article."
Thanks for sharing. I like your script better than the one in the article as it will pull multiple font types but I'm getting issues remotely connecting to machines. Your script appears to turn on the WinRM service remotely but doesn't seem to work for me in my environment. I'm getting "No Connection to WinRM service on Remote Pc". Any suggestions?
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