I work as a tech on a college campus, and as prepartion to eventually go to Vista, we loaded up a couple of our administrators as guinea pigs to test out Vista for us. We've had issues, but the one that's really annoying is this:
We have a large network, with a print server that we run all of our printers off. In Vista, I cannot hook a printer up through the network, it has to be added locally. To make it more irritating, said printer will disconnect on the comp, in which case I have to go through the process of re-adding it each time. That I could actually live with, except each time I re-add it, I can't delete the old printer and have to rename the new add something different so it won't conflict with the previous one. Because I can't delete the old one, and this happens fairly frequently, the user has some 25-30 printers loaded, only 1 of which works.
I can live with the constant re-adding of the printer, but if someone has an idea on deleting the hoard of unusable printers, I would greatly appreciate it. :icon_cheesygrin: