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clear print queue in windows
Check this node clear print queue.
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It doesn't answer the question, and the OP is trying to use Win32::Printer::Enum like that node suggests
This seems to be a non-trivial problem, but maybe some of the more Win32 minded Monks can help, using the following resources as some inspiration:
It seems like using Win32::API in conjunction with the winspool.drv DLL and calling SetJob with a null job will do the trick, but I can't give you the exact code that would accomplish this
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