We have a 32 bit Windows 2008 Server (SP2) running Terminal Services and hosting an application. Remote users can connect and run the application without problem. The remote users can print to an HP network printer on their local LAN (192.168.2.0) without problem from their Windows 7 PC and they can print to printers on the remote network (192.168.0.0) using their terminal services connection. They CANNOT print back to their local network printer from the terminal services session using either the redirected printer or a printer setup on the terminal server.
Terminal server IP is 192.168.0.4 -- can ping remote printer at 192.168.2.30 but cannot print to it from the Windows printer.
Remote user PC (W7) can ping printer at 192.168.2.30 and printer at 192.168.0.202
Two locations are connected by a Sonicwall VPN and all ports are explicitly open through the VPN.
The printer we are trying to print to is an HP P2035N using a PCL5 driver.