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My users on one location log on,with Windows Terminal Server, to a MS Windows 2003 Server Standard Edition on another location. That works fine.  But they should be able to print on their own location. How do I do that?

Resume. On the first location are the terminals, Windows XP, and a LAN with the printers. On the other location is a MS Windows Server 2003 with Terminal Server. But the users of the first location need to print on their own location.
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This solved my problem. Thanks.
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