We are currently rolling out Remote Desktop Services 2012. Our test users hit an issue that they were unable to print from Internet Explorer they received an empty page with a file path at the bottom pointing to a Low folder within their user profile that didn't exist. We have rectified this after some searching by turning off per session folders and creating a logon script that sets the Low folder to Low integrity level. However by disabling per session folders within group policy the temp folders are not deleting on exit. This seems to be due to the fact under group policy - Remote Desktop Host - Temp Folder policy requires the 'Do not use temporary folders per session' to be disabled (i.e to allow creation) to enable the 'Do Not Delete temp folders upon exit' - to be disabled (therefore deleting temp folders) However if I enable per session folders to allow temp folders to be deleted it then stops my users from printing from IE as the workaround requires per session folders to be switched off! it seems I can't have both the option to set the Low integrity folder to allow printing and also to enable Temp folder to delete on log off. Any help gratefully received.