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render print jobs on client computers server 2003

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On Server 2008 there is an option to render print jobs on client computers. Where is this option in server 2003? We would like to disable it in order to speed up printing. Thank you!
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It is not availabel on 2003. Per Microsoft Technet:

"Client-Side Rendering (CSR) is a new feature that allows print jobs to be fully rendered on the client when targeting a shared printer hosted on a Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 computer acting as a print server."
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Thank you very much!
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