Driver {printer name} required for printer {printer name} is unknown.

I get this error logged:

Driver Canon iP3500 series required for printer Canon iP3500 series is unknown. Contact the administrator to install the driver before you log in again.

The domain does not have a printer like that in it. Well... I VPN in with my laptop and my laptop has such a printer and it is shared. But why it is picking it up and adding it to the AD? (I assume that's where it is keeping it)

While the error is benign, I'd still like to get rid of it. How can I prevent my printers on a VPN connection from being part of the domain resources and how do I remove these existing ones?

Thanks
CD-257Asked:
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apache09Commented:
Check your VPN and or Terminal Server/RDP Settings
You should find a Local Resources setting, which is ticked to allow the use of the Printer(s) and or ClipBoard

If you do not require it, untick it
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CD-257Author Commented:
I do use remote desktop to get in and I did have printer sharing enabled. I unchecked that box which I suspect will prevent it from happening from now on, but I do need to clean up what's there.

The second part is now that these printers are in the AD, how do I get them out?

I think knowing that will prevent the problem and clear up the current problem.
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