WMIC comes handy if you are a command line junkie.
To list printers via command line type:
wmic printer get name = = = this will list all the printers installed on a workstation
To list the printer name and the port name of the printers, type this command:
wmic printer get name, portname
Type this command below to list the printer drivers:
wmic printer get name, drivername
To get the device id:
wmic printer get name, deviceid
You can deploy a batch file startup script to check which printer is installed on the computers and redirect the output to a shared folder.
PowerShell can also be used in conjunction with WMIC command:
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