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Options for using a scanner with Terminal Services

Posted on 2007-03-30
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I have 2003 server running Terminal Services.
All client machines log directly into terminal services to perform daily work functions.
I need to physically place scanners at desks to scan documents.

What are my options?
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Question by:Matrix1000
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To use any kind of TWAIN or WIA compatible scanner (all modern scanners) with Windows Server 2003 ( or any version of Terminal Server or any version of Citrix), you can use the 3rd party application RemoteScan. The web site is www.remote-scan.com
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You can also look at the link I have provided below:

Scanner over TS -

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555969
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