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Example: cmdlet usage


Uploads a printer driver ZIP archive to the driver repository (specified by Set-TpmsDriverRepositoryOptions).

Afterwards, the printer drivers can be installed on the target machines using New-TpmsObjDriver.

Note!  Please also refer to the section Connecting printers to ThinPrint Ports.


Import-TpmsDriverArchive -ArchivePath <string> -InfName <string> 

path to the ZIP file (which contains the driver) to be transmitted to the driver repository (source: Tpms.Powershell’s file system)

example: -ArchivePath "c:\temp\HP Universal"

-InfNamename of the INF file in the ZIP archive


The printer driver must first be stored in a ZIP file before uploading to the repository. To do so:

– Open the folder containing the appropriate INF file.

– In this folder, mark all files and subfolders.

– In the context menu, select Send to→ Compressed (zipped) folder.

ThinPrint Management Services: storing a printer driver in a ZIP file

Example: cmdlet usage

The following example uploads the driver Canon Generic PCL6 Driver to the repository.

Import-TpmsDriverArchive -ArchivePath "C:\TPMS\Canon Generic PCL6" -InfName CNP60KA64.INF

ThinPrint Management Services: uploading a ZIP archive to the printer driver repository

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