On the print server, share a printer.
In our example, we created a shared printer named PRINTER01.
On the domain controller, open the group policy management tool.
Create a new group policy.
Enter a name for the new group policy.
In our example, the new GPO was named: MY-GPO.
On the Group Policy Management screen, expand the folder named Group Policy Objects.
Right-click your new Group Policy Object and select the Edit option.
On the group policy editor screen, expand the User configuration folder and locate the following item.
Create a new shared printer.
On the General tab, perform the following configuration.
• Action - Update.
• Share path - Enter the network path to the shared printer.
• Set this printer as default - optional.
• Only if a local printer is not present - optional.
Click on the OK button.
To save the group policy configuration, you need to close the Group Policy editor.
Congratulations! You have finished the GPO creation.