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Hide Client Side printers on a Windows 2003 terminal server

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I've got a terminal server that when users log in, they see every single printer that each user has connected.  This makes a bunch of duplicates (any network printer that's mapped on two connected PCs) and also has been an issue where one user accidentally prints to another users locally attached printer.  Is there a setting where users only see their locally attached printers and any system printers?

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