Removing all printers using command prompt Tags: Workstations Command Prompt Printers Windows 7 Last response: November 8, 2011 7:16 AM in Windows 7 Share ebinski November 8, 2011 5:55:08 AM Hello, Is there a way using command prompt to remove all the printers on a pc (OS win7). I work in an educational enviroment and i need to remove all the printers on all the workstations in a lab. More about : removing printers command prompt DelroyMonjo November 8, 2011 7:16:19 AM Don't know about a command prompt solution but you can go to Control Panel and disable printer network sharing Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumNot printing from Command Prompt ForumHow to remove a driver with command prompt ForumWhat's the USB printer called in a Command Prompt ? ForumCommand Prompt Filter: Temporary? ForumCan't print from Command Prompt Forumcommand prompt appears then disappears ForumCommand prompt ForumSafe mode with command prompt does not work ForumCommand Prompt Command to: ForumHow do you get to msconfig from command prompt in windows 7? ForumCommand prompt closes automatically Forumcan you do a reg restore from a command prompt ? ForumWindow 7 ultimate hp product key ForumCommand Prompt Filter: Temporary? ForumHelp needed removing malware(browser related) ForumWhat are you using to rip your music CD's? ForumRemoving windows from a HDD Forum[Solved] Wacth PC on Tv while using PC, HDMI to TV Questions ForumCan i have two hp printers on the same router ForumCan\'t install any printers More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !