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PDf Printers Drivers that work well with Terminal services and Windows 7

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Got a bit of issue at the moment.


Running an application on a Windows Server 2008

Users have a pdf printer driver on their client machine. The one they are using appears to work badlly when you print from the Windows 2008 Remote Desktop session.

Are there any good psf printer drivers that can be recommended?
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Question by:Mawallace
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barrykfl earned 500 total points
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PrimoPDF seem ok
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by:aloalotebetrazim
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You could try using PDF Creator. I use it almost everywhere, it's free and opensource, working great.

If you have troubles connecting to local PDF printer (from RDP), you could maybe consider creating a networked PDF printer.

I don't know if any of this information helps you :)
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