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I have a vb6 application that I am accessing from RDP in Windows.  When I print from that application I want to print to my local printer at my machine.  How is that possible?
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Is it always checked by default?
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Yes it's checked by default.

Another handy option is clicking "more" and checking "drives",  now the local drives are available in Computer
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