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PRINTER_LIST(3) 1 PRINTER_LIST(3)
printer_list - Return an array of printers attached to the server
array printer_list (int $enumtype, [string $name], [int $level])
The function enumerates available printers and their capabilities.
-$enumtype must be one of the following predefined constants:
o PRINTER_ENUM_LOCAL: enumerates the locally installed printers.
o PRINTER_ENUM_NAME: enumerates the printer of $name, can be a server, domain or print provider.
o PRINTER_ENUM_SHARED: this parameter can't be used alone, it has to be OR'ed with other parameters, i.e. PRINTER_ENUM_LOCAL
to detect the locally shared printers.
o PRINTER_ENUM_DEFAULT: (Win9.x only) enumerates the default printer.
o PRINTER_ENUM_CONNECTIONS: (WinNT/2000 only) enumerates the printers to which the user has made connections.
o PRINTER_ENUM_NETWORK: (WinNT/2000 only) enumerates network printers in the computer's domain. Only valid if $level is 1.
o PRINTER_ENUM_REMOTE: (WinNT/2000 only) enumerates network printers and print servers in the computer's domain. Only valid
if $level is 1.
- Used with PRINTER_ENUM_NAME.
-$level sets the level of information request. Can be 1,2,4 or 5.
Return an array of printers.
/* detect locally shared printer */
var_dump(printer_list(PRINTER_ENUM_LOCAL | PRINTER_ENUM_SHARED));
PHP Documentation Group PRINTER_LIST(3)