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How do I setup a USB Zebra TLP Printer on a WYSE terminal connecting through RDP to a Windows 2003 SP1 TS server?
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Assuming the terminal is running Windows, install the Zebra printer driver (probably a Universal platform driver) on the terminal as a new logical printer, connected via USB.
Then install the same printer driver on the TS server. You only want to install the driver though, not add a printer. You can do this by opening Printers and then selecting File > Server Properties, select the Drivers tab and then select Add.
After the driver is installed on the TS server, the client should be able to connect via RDP and have the printer redirected from the TS session to the local terminal.
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The terminal is CE 5.0
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