Windows 2008 R2 PRINTING

I would like to use the Windows 2008 TSE/RDS local printing feature.

I installed Net Framework 3.5.1 in the 2008 R2 Server

The client computer is a Windows 7 PRO, RDP (how do I check the version ? )

I activated "local printing" in the MSTSC options

Local printers DO appear in the TSE session, but when  I try to print to a local printer I got an error message

What am i doing wrong ?

Thank you
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Which error you are getting..?
If you check the properties of my computer you will know the version.
Also type WINVER in run for the same.
1. Click start menu > run > type: Services
2. Start "Print Spooler" service if it's not started already.
gadsadAuthor Commented:

When I try to print from the TSE server to a local printer (named something like HP laserJet P3005 PCL6 (redirection of 4) is works when I am logged as administrator but does not work when logged as a user

Driver of all redirected printers is "Remote Desktop Easy Print"

Message error (while logged as a user) is : " test page cannot be print, do you need help...."

Thank you

gadsadAuthor Commented:
I found a solution to the problem
Is was related to user profiles, not to printing
Thank you

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