Wireless printing has a 20 minute delay. Best way to set it up?

We have several users who are using tablet computers with windows 7.

When they send something to print it takes 20 minutes to show up on printer.

We have a single AD with server 2008R2 for them. It is a single network printer.

People who are wired do not have this problem.

Any ideas where to start the troubleshooting?
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It sounds like a connection quality issue.  I would take the tablet to one of the access points, hold it adjacent to the AP, send a print job, and see if it makes a difference.

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PssTechAuthor Commented:
Going to have user to try that out,
Also, what wireless standards are you using?  In the past, I've set my APs to use WPA2 / AES with only Wireless-N support.  I found that doing this has provided a much higher throughput in terms of connection speed.
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