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terminal services-printers error in system event log

Posted on 2012-03-15
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I noticied the following error messages in my system event log on my web server.
So there's no printers installed on my web server, so why would I get these error messages?
I've attached a picture for your review.  What does this mean and how do I resolve it?
Terminal servivces printers
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Are you suggesting this will fix it?

You can disable local printer support on the Server (Start/Admin tools/Terminal Services Configuration) to avoid the event log getting cluttered, but it's not doing any harm.
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>>Are you suggesting this will fix it?
Yes, you just "TRY" to change the configuration. If it's not worked, you can enable again, rite?

"The event just says that TS doesn't have the printer drivers installed to enable printer redirection to the TS sessions."
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