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Terminal session printers are deleting and changing defaults

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We are using Print2RDP software to print  in terminal session environment.  We are running Windows Server 2008 amd tje clients are XP.  Our users printers are sporatically deleting in the session and  default printer changes sporatically as well.  Any ideas?
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wyliecoyoteuk earned 2000 total points
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Check that users do not have the "manage printers" permission on the server, as otherwise any changes made by one user are reflected on the server.
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Thank you.  After your comment, we did track down that one of our users was in deed causing this issue... :}
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