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Require Epson-LX300+ Driver to work on Citrix based Server 2008 environment

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We've installed an Epson-LX-300 on a Windows Server 2003 32bit machine and now we're unable to map this printer on Server 2008 R2.

We can't find a driver anywhere we can place in the additional drivers section to get this to work.

Any ideas?
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by:Tony Johncock
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You could try the Citrix Universal Printer driver

I noticed there's a Vista based x64 model - this might (I stress might) work, as these share the Windows 7/2008 driver model.
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sbaughan earned 500 total points
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Here it is, the driver you're looking for, on the Microsoft Updates Catalog that lists the drivers aswell:

Link to Microsoft drivers Catalog

The 1st one is AMD64, rthe 3rd one is IA64 architecture
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by:tegenius
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AMD64 works a treat. Thanks. Never knew microsoft had backdoor access to their catalogue. Awesome!
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