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I have two terminal server one as a member of a domain the other a second domain controller.  I have 7 users using the domain controller TS and the other 18 are using the member of the domain TS.  I have 10 users that have an HP p1102W (cheap) laser jet printers configured to print with the XPS driver.  Nine of the 10 users (combination of XP pro and Windows 7 64 pro) have the printer set as the default and I have the policy on the TS set to only show the default printer.  The easy print feature of the TS redirects the printing to these printers and can print when they are logged into the TS.  The 10th user with windows 7 is configured exactly like the other windows 7 users.  The printer driver is identical, the printer is set as the default and when the users logs into the TS, it shows the redirect but every time the user wants to print, the message displays failed to print. and the error message really states nothing that is helpful.  It was working fine unitl the software people uninstalled Microsoft Greats Plain 2010 and Sales PAD.  The did the uninstall on the other 9 units and they are working fine.  Any ideas?  I have uninstalled and reinstalled the printer, and when I choose a different printer as her default it works correctly but that printer is a printer located down the hall and not at her desk.  (I have tried to convince her that this is her exercise program but it is getting old).  Again, any ideas?
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Can you enable her printer to show for another use and see if they can print to it?
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