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Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 Printer Policies

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We are upgrading from NT4.0 (domain A) to Active Directory (Domain B).  The Citrix Farm was originally setup with just Domain A.  Since then, I have added/upgrade half of the farm to Domain B.  The problems we are having is with printer policies and auto created printers- We think it's a rights issue.  I have added the user groups from Domain B (same way I had Domain A setup).  We have two print servers ( Domain A, Auto Creates printers but from Domain B it doesn't).
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by:basraj
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Check the user permission on the printers. Drivers are available on the servers.

Just to double check, please see this article to find if you have missed any of these configuration:

http://www.brianmadden.com/blogs/guestbloggers/archive/2006/08/22/citrix-printing-brush-up-on-the-basic-best-practices.aspx
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http://forums.citrix.com/thread.jspa?threadID=236996&tstart=0

I hope option "Auto create all client printers" is enabled
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User Permission on the printers is correct.

Auto create all client printers is enabled
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by:basraj
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provide snapshot of your policies. Or try adding a new printer in domain B and check if auto creation works for testing purpose. See if you are able to print from RDP without using Citrix.

Also check this.

http://forums.citrix.com/message.jspa?messageID=682442
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I'll be calling a company to look indept at our environment
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