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I am running Windows 2000 Server with the latest patches and updates.

I have a remote office that is connecting to this TServer over the internet (WAN).

Each remote computer's printers are seen on the TServer as sessions printers and they work fine.

My question is I need to be able to see the other 3 people's Sessions printer from each of these users in the Remote office.

Is there a way that I can see other sessions printers that don't belong to me?  I need to print to another user's printer that is logged into the TServer.

Side note: As administrator I can see every sessions printer on the TServer but not as an end-user.

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