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How to specify a network printer with /t command line option?

To print to a network with /t command line utility, it’s required to specify the full path for the printer.   If your printer is connected via TCP/IP or hostname, use the following parameters:
"Foxit Reader.exe" /t "FileName" "PrinterName"
Example:
"C:Program Files (x86)FoxitReaderFoxit Reader.exe" /t "c:L80695.pdf" "HP Universal Printing PCL 6 (v5.7.0)"
If your printer is a shared printer by name, use the following command line:
"Foxit Reader.exe" /t "FileName" "\IPPrinterName"
Example:
"C:Program Files (x86)FoxitReaderFoxit Reader.exe" /t "c:L80695.pdf" "\192.168.1.149 HP Universal Printing PCL 6 (v5.7.0)"
You can check the Printer Name from Foxit Reader Print dialog box to determine which command line option shall be used.


   


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