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Hello I have remote users that use terminal services to connect to teh company. I have a user that is trying to print to his local printer from terminal services. does his printer need to be install on the server I think yes, but not sure.
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And Howdy BigC ;-). Check the server event logs - if there's a problem with the printer driver not being installed you'll see it plainly there, and you'll be able to install them on the server. If the printer drivers aren't accessible to the server via the fairly large number of the drivers already available via the OS, then you should just need to install them on the server to make them available,

Deb :))
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