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How to install a Dymo Label Printer on USB Port on HP thisn client 5540

Posted on 2011-02-23
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Hi All,

We are in the process of installing Windows Terminal server 2008 virtual machine. I need assistance on how to install a Dymo 330 turbo on the usb port of the thin client thro the virtual terminal server.

Thanks for all the help in advance

Regards
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Hi,

From my experience with this you will need to do the following:

- Enter Admin mode on the thin client and make sure it is unlocked (there is a green or red lock in the system tray)
- Install the Dymo locally to the thin client
- Log onto your TS and install EXACTLY the same driver as you installed on the thin client.

Note: If you dont enter admin mode any changes you make when you install will be wiped when you restart the machine.

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