We are having problems with our printers on our terminal servers, all of the printers are shared from a central server, and are applied in the TS sessions with a kix script. All of the printers are installed using ADDPRINTERCONNECTION(\\PS1\Blah) lines, and the default printer is selected using If INGROUP (Printer X) / SETDEFAULTPRINTER (Blah) / EndIf for the various printers.
Recently users have been reporting that their default printers aren't correct, and sometimes printers are missing entirely!
We are using Server 2008R2 for the Terminal Servers and the AD servers, so I was thinking of moving over to using GPP if the kix script continues to misbehave. Does anyone have any suggestions on what can be done?