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troubleshooting Question

Some printers not appearing in browse list

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Printers and ScannersWindows 7
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I have three print servers in my environment. All Windows 2003.

Two of them are remote and one is local.

On my Windows 7 workstation, if I go to Tools > Devices and Printers > Add a Printer > Add network, wireless or Bluetooth printer, I can see the printers in the two remote sites (London and Palo Alto), but none in my local server.

On an Windows XP workstation, I can see all printers at all sites, just fine.

Printers are configure to publish to Active Directory.

Any thoughts?

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