We have an SBS 2003 domain with a Windows 2003 Server used as a terminal server. One particular account connects to the terminal server and is having a bizarre printing problem.
She has an HP laserjet printer (ts004 - Raleigh HP Printer) and a kyocera (ts009 - Raleigh Kyocera.) setup for printing on the remote server. However whenever she disconnects from the the terminal server, the printers hop to a different port.
For example, after logging out and logging back on, the port will still be checked beside ts004 but the printer will be set to inactive port and the raleigh hp printer will now be located beside ts003. The same thing will happen to the kyocera.
1. Does anyone know why the printers would hop ports on the terminal server after logging out and logging back in?
2. Is there any afforable printing software for terminal servers thats more reliable and more elegant to use.