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How can I connect local printers to a windows 2000 terminal server?

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How can I connect local printers to a windows 2000 terminal server?

Also, we have WySE thin clients. Does anyone know how to set up a local printer on them?
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Depends if the RDP client software you are using supports that.

Try the new client.
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/tools/rdclientdl.mspx

Incidentally, Terminal Services uses the Remote Desktop protocol (RDP)
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Yea, I just tested it and it worked. But thanks for posting.
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