Can I share a printer using a logon script that was created from an RDP Session?
Our client has a terminal server that they RDP into from multiple sites. One site's firewall died and was replaced by a basic router by the ISP. There was a VPN setup so that the users could print from a dos based program back to their local printers. The program can only print to lpt printers, so we have to use a login script with something like net use lpt1 \\computer\printer so they can print to their printer.
The problem is now without the VPN the server cannot print back to the local client printer (they are setup manually on the server and shared so we can map them to an lpt port using a login script). What I want to know is if it is possible to create a login script of some kind to take the client's default RDP session created printer and share it, so that we can map the printer to an lpt port for printing to work. Setting up a VPN on the server or replacing the dead firewall with a new one would solve the issue, but due to cost and other reasons I want to set it up without doing so if possible.