Issue with users logging into a new Terminal server, hanging at applying printer policy

I have other TS setup and the users can login into those without any issues. I have created 2 new ones and now when the users try to login into them, the login hangs on applying printers policy and it does not create their folder under the users folder.
Is there something I need to change on the new TS to match the older ones to resolve this issue?
Thanks
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vmichAsked:
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Jordan SmithCommented:
Does the administrator log in OK?  -suggesting a permission issue?
Can you check the RSOP?  or System logs for policy errors?
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vmichAuthor Commented:
Yes the administrator logs in just fine on the new TS but the users just hang at applying printer policy. I don't see any errors in the system logs about any policy errors but as I mentioned they can login just fine to the already in place TS just not the new ones that were created..
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vmichAuthor Commented:
Also the printers get applied to the users via GP with the preferences.
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Jordan SmithCommented:
Printers - Do the TS users have permissions to add printers on the new TS?  
User Folders - Are you seeing the \Users\Temp directory created when these users log in?
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vmichAuthor Commented:
No I don't see it getting created because they never get in al the way because of it hanging at the applying printers policy.
Uhh, where do I check to see if the users have permissions to add printers on the new TS
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vmichAuthor Commented:
I guess I have to create on the TS and then assign permissions to them?
Does this have to be done each time I setup anew TS?
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Jordan SmithCommented:
Well, you need admin rights to install a printer driver to the OS.  If the printer driver is not installed, then the printer will not get added.  You may need to add these printers using an admin account, then see if the regular users can log in with the Group Policy Printer Preferences.
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vmichAuthor Commented:
Ok I will check it out and let you know..
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vmichAuthor Commented:
Well I forgot to add all of the printers drivers to the TS Once I did this all was good..
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vmichAuthor Commented:
printer drivers
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