I am trying to configure terminal services to redirect printing to the local printer. According to the staff it was working correctly at one time but I didn't configure it then. The terminal server is on a remote network that is connected through VPN it is running Windows Server 2003. The client machines are all running Windows XP. The printer is a local network printer connected through TCP/IP to the client machines. They can print to the printer locally but are not given the printer as a option when connected via Terminal Services. I have only done this once before and it was years ago on a 2000 server so I very well could be missing something simple.
In Terminal Services Configuration I have set the RDP-Tcp to "Connect client printers at logon". I have checked to make sure that "Windows printer mapping" is not disabled.
In AD under the connection tab for the user I have it set to "Connect client printers at logon" and "Default to main client printer".
I have checked the GPO under Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Component\Terminal Services\Client/Server data redirecton the "Do not allow client printer redirection" is disabled.
I am not sure what else at this point to check. Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.