Server 2003 printer access for multiple local users

We have an old server running Server 2003 that we use just for an older application.  The five users that need the program all log onto the server from their desktops using Remote Desktop.  My issue is that when I install a printer on ther server, even though it's shared, none of the other users can see it when they log on as themselves.

How can I make it so that a printer installed by the admin can be seen by all users that log on locally?

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Peter HutchisonSenior Network Systems SpecialistCommented:
Either the guest account is enabled on the server, or you create new local accounts for each of the five users and set the passwords to the same as the one on their desktops.
The users will ten be able to connect to the server to pick up the printer.

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