Local printer on Remote Desktop

Same setting for both connections:

1. When I remote connect to another PC on the same lan (not internet), I can see all my local printers listed.

2. When I remote connect to the PC in my office (thru router connected to the internet), no longer will the local printers shown in the printer list. I have already install the printer drivers in my office PC.

The printers are connected to one of my home PC via USB.

The question now is : how do I print using my local printer when using remote desktop to access another PC connected via internet, when both sides' PC are using NAT.
ChanYiuPongAsked:
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simpat1zqCommented:
When you open up the remote desktop client, click options. Then on the Local Resources tab, select the box that says to connect to the printers. I think that's what you're looking for. Also, make sure that the remote computer doesn't have a GPO that keeps you from connecting the the printer.
ChanYiuPongAuthor Commented:
simpat1zq,

Checkbox for Printer in Local Resources already selected, thats already stated in item 1, remote desktop shown printers connections as TS00x in the case of LAN connection.

For the case of connection via internet, the PC at the other end have no GPO set. (or I do not find it )
ChanYiuPongAuthor Commented:
I finally got the answer from the microsoft knowledge base
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/302361/en-us?ln=en-us&sd=gn&fr=0
moduloCommented:
PAQed with points refunded (500)

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