HP LaserJet P1006 compatible with Terminal Services passthrough printing?

Does it work for TS passthrough?
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hdhondtCommented:
The P1006 is a GDI printer (i.e. no built-in intelligence, and requires Windows' graphics engine to convert the page to pixels). GDI printers are designed to operate direct from a PC.

Your chances range from slim to none. Invest in a more expensive printer that suppoprts PCL or PostScript.
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dempsedmAuthor Commented:
Thank you for answering my question.  Do you happen to have a recommendation for an inexpensive HP laser printer that is TS compatible?  It is only being used by a single user.
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hdhondtCommented:
Something like the P2015 should work fine.
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Cláudio RodriguesFounder and CEOCommented:
All HP supported printers on Terminal Services/Citrix are listed here:
http://h21007.www2.hp.com/portal/site/dspp/PAGE.template/page.document?ciid=6508f321e5f02110f321e5f02110275d6e10RCRD&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN

Cheers,

Cláudio Rodrigues

Microsoft MVP
Windows Server - Terminal Services
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hdhondtCommented:
Thanks for that, Claudio. At least it supports my suggestion, although there are cheaper ones like the 1015 that should work too.
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dempsedmAuthor Commented:
Great job, thanks for all the information!
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vtpcwizardCommented:
Sorry, but the answer was wrong as I was able to easily install/add a HP P1006 today to a remote user's system, replacing a failed HP LJ 1200, and have the new printer successfully print.  I took care to make sure that supplied PCL 5 drivers were loaded for the printer as well and do note that without those you wouldn't be able to print.  HP supplied the PCL 5 drivers on the installation CD, so adding them in was a snap.  User was connect to a Win2003 server, via Citrix.
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CarecomputersCommented:
I'm currently installing a P1006 on a local PC and attempting to print via Remote Web Workplace and a remote PC

The PC being connected to has had the drivers installed from the HP LaserJet Full Feature Software and Driver package direct to Print Server Properties - Add Driver

This let the printer set itself up on login.
However only one job would print successfully before a print spooler restart was required on the local machine.

If vtpcwizard suggestion is anything to go by, the CD sounds like a requirement rather than using the downloaded drivers.
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gdctechCommented:
I have installed the PCL 5 print drivers for this printer and it will not print locally with those drivers.
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