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How to stop printer installation warnings in event logs when using remote desktop

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I use remote desktop to connect to a lot of our company servers and find that the server event log have a lot of the following errors listed:

"Driver Lexmark C522 required for printer Lexmark C522 is unknown. Contact the administrator to install the driver before you log in again. "

Can this sort of error be stoped? Any tips appreciated.

Regards, RM
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When using RDP are local devices selected under options - printers?
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Yes it was selected...nice easy solution. Thanks 65td!
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Your welcome.
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