As you may know, PRINTBRM.EXE is the replacement for the now-retired PrintMig 3.1 utility. PRINTBRM.EXE is located in the %systemroot%\System32\Spool\Tools folder on Windows Vista and later operating systems. This post quickly discuss the use of the Configuration File option (-C) with PRINTBRM.EXE.
The Configuration File can be used for three purposes:
-Replacing Printer Drivers during a Restore operation
-Backup / Restore of dependent files from 3rd party Language Monitors
-Backup / Restore of dependent files from 3rd party Print Processors