How do you stop all users printers appearing for all Terminal Server users. I need only the user logged in to see their printers

When my users log into the terminal services and then go to select a printer, they see all the printers for each of the users logged in with the session id next to the printer.  How can I configure terminal services to only show the printers that are available for that user when they log in?
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go to terminal Services Configuration right click the RDP-Tcp and select properties.
In client settings at the bottom select LTP port mapping and windows port mapping.
apply and ok.
kwh3856Author Commented:
that does not exist for Windows 2008 Terminal Services.  Where should I go instead?
this might help: 

Redirect only the default client printer
This policy setting is located in the following node of the Local Group Policy Editor:
Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Terminal Services\Terminal Server\Printer Redirection
The possible values are:

Enabled: If you enable this policy setting, only the default client printer is redirected in Terminal Services sessions.

Disabled or Not configured: If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, all client printers are redirected in Terminal Services sessions. By default, this policy setting is not configured.

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kwh3856Author Commented:
Thank you. I will give that a try.
kwh3856Author Commented:
Thank You.
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