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Terminal Server Printing (redirect)

Posted on 2004-09-07
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What are the steps in setting upTerminal Server Print redirecting?
The Following Topolgy for this existing network is
A. Terminal Server application Mode SP4 2000
B. Terminal Server is in a Workgroup Mode.
C. Terminal Users Have full desktop in Term environment.
D.  Users on the Local Lan are in a Peer to Peer sharing a printer.

Would I do the Following:

Log in Locally on the Terminal  as Adminisrtrator
A. Start>Administrative Tools>Terminal Services Configuation.  
Double click on RDP-TCP.  Click on the Client Settings tab.  Uncheck 'Use connection settings from user settings.'  Check 'Connect client printers at logon' and check 'Default to main client printer.'  Also uncheck LPT port mapping if it is checked
B. Uncheck if check "Windows Printer Mapping".  Make sure that optinon is not checked.
C. Make Sure the client Printer is Shared.
D. Login in Terminal and Add print Driver
e. now login in with User terminal session and add printer ?
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Question by:cogit
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e is not required.

In the RDP protocol the local printer redirection is enabled by default.

Otherwise, looks good
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