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Citrix PS 4.0 Printing to a Dot Matrix Printer From a DOS Program

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How can I print from a DOS program to a dot matrix printer from a Citrix PS 4.0 session?
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assuming the printer is using LPT1 as the printer port you can map this from the citrix session via the logon script:

net use LPT1: \\client\LPT1

Make sure LPT ports are not disabled via a citrix policy or in the Connection Configuration
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