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Printing size and bandwidth control on Window 2003 / 2008

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Is there any printing size and bandwidth control on Window 2003 & Window 2008 Terminal Server ? How coud I control that ?

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See these sections on printing via TS:
http://www.brianmadden.com/blogs/brianmadden/archive/2004/02/02/the-ultimate-guide-to-terminal-server-printing-design-and-configuration.aspx

-Step 2C: Configure User Account Settings

-Reducing the Printer DPI Settings

-Improving the Performance of Client Printing


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