So you want to know how to create a script to delete a TCP/IP printer from a computer? You are in luck. There are several ways to do this, but the easiest way to accomplish this is by using the ‘WMIC’ command. Once you have the command created, you can save it as a batch file and link it to a GPO.
e.g. wmic printer where “PortName LIKE ‘IP_%%'” delete
This will delete all TCP/IP printers.
e.g. wmic printer where “PortName LIKE ‘IP_192.168.1.25′” delete
This will delete TCP/IP printer 192.168.1.25