How To Delete A WSD Printer Port

I’ve found 2 ways to delete a WSD printer port:

With PowerShell

remove-printerport -WSD-PortName -computer serverName

You can use “WSD-*” if you only have one WSD port to delete.

With Windows GUI

Assuming you’ve moved your printer to a different port, just add a dummy printer to the server using the WSD port to be deleted, then delete the dummy printer. Windows should delete the WSD port automatically.

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James House is an IT professional with over 25 years experience.

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