Jun 24 2021 12:34 AM
Jun 24 2021 12:34 AM
May I check with you guys, is anyone here know how to deploy a canon network printer to the end user via Intune?
Printer model: IR-ADV C5560i 230V
How many printers in the office: 2
Many thanks in advance.
Jun 24 2021 07:16 AM
Jun 24 2021 08:38 PM
Thanks for getting back.
Using the Microsoft Universal Print solution.
I think my client didn't subscribe to that service. I get the below error msg.
You don't have access to this data. Please make sure you have a Universal Print subscription, that you're a Printer Administrator or Global Administrator, and that your account has been assigned a Universal Print license. Otherwise, please contact your global
I will try method 2 later today.
Jun 28 2021 04:47 AM
Jun 30 2021 06:48 PM
Thanks for your kind advice.
I haven't try that printix, because I have no ideal how to start.
These few days I'm trying that method 3. Creating a win32app with a powershell script in it and the drivers it self.
I based on the following URL carry out the steps
Unfortunately, not successful.
Do you have any idea why not successful to create intunewin file?
Jul 01 2021 12:01 AM
Jul 02 2021 04:37 AM
Jul 02 2021 09:17 PM
The blog you create is fantastic.
Could you please take a look at it below? Is this the correct *.inf file?
I'm now encounter diff error msg.
The way you push a new printer is better—Microsoft Universal Cloud Print solution.
The way I'm doing now, it just pushes the printer driver to the target machine, without port IP, print preference configuration.
But, I think my client does not subscripted the universal print service. Please see the below attached.
So, I hope I can at least push the new printer driver to everyone.
Jul 03 2021 03:25 AM
Jul 03 2021 09:12 PM
I download and convert the target printer driver setup.exe to the .msi. I not familiar with using these tools. Kindly advise if I did it in the wrong way. Because I'm not sure what's the many different options there, I only make sure the file type is msi.
Copy that msi file to the printer driver folder.
Execute the IntuneWinAppUtil
100% successfully. The intunewin file is inside the IntuneAppOutput folder.
Creating a group policy in MAM, upload the intunewin.file
Then click the OK button, awaiting the outcome. Even though I'm successful in pushing the driver to the target machine, the configuration is not done. I think I still need a PowerShell script.
Jul 04 2021 12:17 AM
Jul 04 2021 11:17 PM