Terminals Server mapping wrong printer with a MAC

I have a Widnows 2003 server setup as a Terminal server for my users.  Some users use MACs and others use PCs.  One printer I am having problems with mapping correctly on the Mac sessions.

specifically, several users have a HP LaserJet 3330 All-in-One printer.  Anyone with a PC maps it correctly and has no problem printing to it.  However, anyone on a Mac gets the printer mapped, but the driver is for an Apple Laserwriter PS.

The server is reading the installed driver incorrectly and instlling the wrong one for the Macs.  How can I get the Terminal Server to map what it thinks is the Laserwriter to the correct LaserJet 3330?  Again, the PCs map the printers correctly.

Pete

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ET0000Commented:
It sounds like Microsoft has planned that as part of their Macintosh Interoperability: "The Windows 2000 print subsystem handles AppleTalk de-spooling errors and uses the Windows 2000 Server built-in printer support. A PostScript-compatible engine enables Macintosh users to print to any Windows 2000 printer as if they are printing to a LaserWriter."

Look near the bottom here:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sbs/2000/reskit/sbrk0020.mspx

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