If you plan to use a new print server for your organisation you must change all computers with those new shared printers and set the correct default printer. Then you have to clean up the old printers.
You can achieve this by publishing the new printers via a GPO and delete the old printers via the same GPO.
This leaves me with two issues. How can I be sure the users gets the same printers back he/she has before and how do I set the same default printer back?
A |group policy does not provide me with the right tools for this job but luckily… powershell does the trick! (of course)
I ran into the following script on the internet but the creator has forgotten to put his name in the script. So, I would say that the credits go the the entire internet!