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Posted on 2008-09-29
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Trying to accomplish 2 things...
Priority:  User in a remote office, XP Pro, MSHOME Workgroup, cannot see local printer when remoting into Server 2000 and thus can't print to same printer

Second:  That local printer is a networked printer (it has an IP address).  Can I set up this printer on the Server by port forwarding at the local router (they have a static IP).
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You need to install the printer on the server so the driver will be installed when the remote user logins.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312135
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Sorry this link should have been attached too.

Make sure the printing redirection is checked here.

Go into Administrative tools -> Terminal Service Configuration -> Right
click on RDP -TCP and check in there.


http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/146816-45-printer-redirection
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