1.    10 Feb 2016 #1
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    Understanding directly connected printers, drivers and defaults - defa


    Users have been migrated to Windows 10 and are now Azure AD joined (a local domain/DC no longer exists)

    Users now directly connect to the office OKI MFD printer in Windows 10.

    The printer is detected and installs successfully (as shown).

    The printer now defaults to color .

    1. Is there a ways to change the default from color to black & white when the printer is first connected/installed ?

    2. How does Windows 10 determine which driver to download and use?

    3. How are the defaults determined and can they be changed?

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