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Local TCP/IP Printer PowerShell commands not configuring

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HP PageWide Color MFP E77650

Hi due to reasons beyond our control we have had to roll out printers with the drivers installed locally via TCPIP. The default setting is colour and one sided printing.

I have been trying to create a PowerShell command to change to mono and duplex printing.

 

Get-PrintConfiguration -PrinterName "Post Room 1" returns the following:

print1.jpg

I then use this command: Set-PrintConfiguration -PrinterName "Post Room 1" -Color $false -DuplexingMode TwoSidedLongEdge

This should change the config of the driver and yes, Get-PrintConfiguration -PrinterName "Post Room 1" returns the following:

print2.jpg

All good, however the driver doesn't reflect:

 

print3.jpgprint4.jpg

How do I get the driver to take on the changes that are being reflected in the PowerShell script?

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