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Samsung CLP-315; Windows Terminal Server 2003

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In our company we are using Windows Terminal Server 2003; Users loged in remotelly via RDC are printing from Terminal Server Desktop directly to their local printers.
All another printers are working, ok but a week ago we bought some new Samsung CLP-315 (not W, connected only via USB) and this printer is not forwarded to terminal RDC.

Thank you in advance for help and additional questions are welcome.

With best regards

Kornad
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Have you install the driver for the printer on the terminal server? You must have the driver installed on the terminal server unless you have a third party printing solution installed.
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I installed the driver on the server and it started working.
I can only add that I was trying to contact with Samsung support and the answer was that they does not guarantee that the printer will work not only locally (via USB)
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