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Terminal Server 2008 Redirected printers

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I have Terminal server 2008 and windows 2008 print server.

Last week I installed a Printer (\\printserver\printername) under my Terminal server account. I use RDP to connect Terminal server.

Today i could not printing and looked at There is all my installed printers have "printername (directed 12 or 14)" .

How can I avoid this problem that not comes Redicted printer again?
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You don't want any redirected printers in your terminal server? From no client at all?
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If you only want it for yourself. You can disable printer redirection in the RDP options.
Go to local sources and there you can disable printer redirection
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