I use Group Policy on a Windows 2003 Server to push my printers to workstations. These policies are applied based on the computer settings - not the user.
I have one computer that is not in a OU with a GPO applied to it that contains one of these printers; however, this computer was previously named something else and most likely was simply yanked out of the domain and renamed. I would assume this has the same SID, but I do not know if this has anything to do with it.
I have removed and rejoined the computer to the domain (several times). I have renamed the PC. I have removed and rejoined the new computer that replaced this computer to the domain. I have manually deleted the computer in Active Directoy and recreated it manually.
I ran a gpresult -v and the computer does not show as being in an OU with any printers applied to it.
Re: Can't remove networked printes.
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