Can't print locally through Terminal Server via Remote Desktop

Hey guys, Im not sure if I am doing this right, But I am trying to print locally in the office from a IP printer through a Terminal Server I am accessing via Windows Remote Desktop.

What I have done is:

- Installed printer on the Terminal Server via RDP with the correct drivers using TSxx CompName PRx port (e.g. TS01 MyPc PRN5 port)
- Remote Desktop application has Printers ticked to bring accros when in session
- When i set this up, it worked, appeared fine and printer perfectly, then the next day, the printer dissapears from the terminal server, like it is deleted
- I reinstalled it the same way and it worked again, until the next day I come in and its gone again, its like a loop, i just keep going around and around in circles.

Im obviously not doing something right. This method seems to work fine with USB printers, I havent done one yet for IP printer, not sure if its same or different method...
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:
CiaranDeAuthor Commented:
Thank you, that is great information, however, it only really explains LPT, COMM and USB printers, what about Ethernet/IP based printers. I would like to know more about that. Do you install them the same as a USB printer AND i have heard about making the destination on the Terminal Server as a public IP/port and getting the print job redirected through the internet that way...any ideas?
Shreedhar EtteCommented:

Refer this:

Search for "Method 3. Installing Printers onto the Terminal Server"

Hope this helps,

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