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Server 2008 R2 Printer Redirect issue

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We have an interesting Printer Redirect issue. We have clients that can not print from a redirected Canon Image Runner printer. The printer is seen by Server 2008R2 when user is logged in, So it is seening the printer as redirected. When a document is printed it is spooled and leaves the server, however it will not print to the Redirected printer.

The printer can print locally.
The printer is a local network printer that is connected to workstations by Static IP Address
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JoeIronsmith earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

Check this out: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2003646

Cheers,
Joe
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Since it's a network printer why not just set it up locally on the server and have the users print to that printer?
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