We need to make sure that we have a copy of the 32bit version of the PushPrinterConnections.exe utility on our Technician's Thumb Drive, but also our Technician's site on our CompanyWeb.
Make sure that the ZIP file with the utility is appropriately labeled x86 or 32bit so there is no confusion.
Keeping the x64 or 64bit version of the utility on the Technician's Thumb Drive would also be a good idea for those just in case moments.
We managed to obtain a 32bit copy of the utility from one of our Windows Server 2008 x86 DVDs by mounting the WIM image in read-only mode and copying it off.
Having a copy of the utility is important because the only way we can deploy printers to our client workstations now is via Group Policy.Philip Elder
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
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