That should not be the case. The package installer utilizes the appropriate enhanced credential function to perform the installation (since it both modifies the Registry and protected areas of the file system). What might be happening is that the queue created is being "rolled" into a single object for display within the "Devices and Printers" context of the operating system. If you right click on your printer object(s), do you have fly-out option for the various items in the short-cut menu? If you do, and you hover over the fly-out, you should see the various names of the different printer objects within the larger display object.
This feature was introduced in Windows Vista and carried through to Windows 8.1. The key to the grouping is a matching driver and port. If more than one printer is installed with a matching driver and port, Windows groups them under one object for a 'better' UI experience.
Unfortunately this is happening . I donot have any other printer with same driver and port installed so there is no chance for grouping. When I try to install it manuallay by selecting the port as Pharos port it is OK. But when we install it from package it disappears after next restart
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