Prevent Windows 2008 R2 RDP users from searching for and adding networked printers

How do I ensure that Windows 2008 R2 remote desktop users cannot manually search for and add any of the existing network printers but still be able to allow the o/s to automatically create and destroy RDP printers during the session.

The problem if the user search for and adds an existing network printer then they may send confidential information to a networked printer.

If the o/s creates the printer automatically then the print always go back to the remote PC (which is what we want.)
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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
That would be printer redirection for they have the printer installed on their workstation which can be pushed via group policy.  If you did not want them to be able to randomly search and find printers on the domain try opening the shared printer from the server it is being shared from and remove "list in the directory" option.
masterofallAuthor Commented:
The solution must only block RDP users.  Local users need to be able to search for and add the shared printers.
Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
Make the GPO to be a loopback policy and apply it to the Remote Desktop Servers only.
masterofallAuthor Commented:
I am closing this out as 'unresolved' because we have not yet implemented a solution .
A Loopback policy would ensure that a policy would only be applied when the user logs on to  specific computer but I do not know if the policy be use to control access to the printer.

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masterofallAuthor Commented:
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