net print

NET.exe

The NET Command is used to manage Network Print jobs and Network Time as follows:

The NET TIME command requires the `server' service to be running on the machine that is serving the time.

Display the time at this computer plus the DATE in US Format

NET TIME \\%ComputerName%

Display the date and time from another computer

NET TIME \\machinename

Display the date and time from the logonserver

NET TIME %LOGONSERVER%

Display the time from the domain timeserver

NET TIME /DOMAIN

Display the time from another domain

NET TIME /DOMAIN:domainname

Define the time server for your domain

NET TIME /setsntp:ServerName.DomainName.com

List the time server(s) for your domain

NET TIME /querysntp

Synchronise the computer's clock with that of the domain.

NET TIME /DOMAIN /SET /Y

Synchronise the computer's clock with a different domain.

NET TIME /DOMAIN:domainname /SET

Synchronise the computer's clock with that of another computer

NET TIME \\servername /SET /YES

Also see the "w32tm" command

Synchronise the computer's clock with a time server in a different domain.

NET TIME /RTSDOMAIN:domainname /SET

Display the job# of current print jobs

NET PRINT \\ComputerName\ShareName

Hold a print job waiting in the printer queue

NET PRINT [\\ComputerName] job# /HOLD

Release a print job that has been held.

NET PRINT [\\ComputerName] job# /RELEASE

Delete a print job from a printer queue.

NET PRINT [\\ComputerName] job# /DELETE

List all available printers

NET VIEW \\MyServer |find "Print"

Related:

NET - Manage network resources

CON2PRT - Connect or disconnect a Printer

PRNCNFG - Display, configure or rename a printer

PRNJOBS - Pause, resume, cancel, or list print jobs

PRNMNGR - Add, delete, or list print connections, set the default printer

Add printer - WshNetwork.AddPrinterConnection

List printers - WshNetwork.EnumPrinterConnections

Set default printer - WshNetwork.SetDefaultPrinter

Equivalent bash command (Linux): lpc - Line printer control program