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Is there anything better than Microsoft Print Server

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I set up a dedicated Print Server on one of my VM's.  For the most part is worked good, but not so good with Dell and Lexmark printers.  
So I'm wondering are there any products out there for better printer management?  It's a Windows 2003 R2 server.
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windows 2008 r2 works very well for me

rsat tools has a printer manager mmc that makes things pretty easy.
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We are licensed for Simplify Printing.  I thought it was only for Citrix Servers?
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I just checked and Tricerat printing is for Terminal Services only
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