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Terminal Server Printing via VPN connection

Hello,
I have a Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition running terminal services for my remote users.  I just noticed the printers are not installed.  I either have to start or restart the Print Spooler and them came back after refreshing.   I updated the drivers for the installed printers.  This is happening with my remote users in another state connected via a VPN.  They have a local printer installed.  Why is this happening?  Thanks.
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mmsppmAuthor Commented:
Thank you cobra09.  I will check it out.
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This site was very helpful in resolving some of my issues.  Just a few more to go.
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