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Server 2012 RDP printing not working

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I have a 2012 server running RDP services remote users login and they see there redirected printer but when they send a job nothing prints and Queue stays at 0 jobs like vanishes and no errors in event mgr

is it Possible be cause I am not using standard 3389 port I have changed it to 4389 do I need to do something different to print ??
Please help I am desperate
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Miftaul earned 250 total points
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Are you using easy print.,
Could you please try disabling the Easy Print.

Port 3389 changed to 4389 is for terminal services, it shouldnt cause the issue.
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by:troptech1
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Thank you so much for the response How do I disable Easy Print and to answer your Question I am not using on Purpose or to my knowledge where should I look ??
John
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by:troptech1
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After looking at Properties of Redirected Printer under Advance it does say Easy Print how to I deactivate that and use conventional drivers right now it is greyed out ??
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by:lruiz52
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Check the link below to find how to disable easy print;

http://asithadesilva.wordpress.com/tag/disable-terminal-server-easy-print/
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by:troptech1
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Thank you that Worked
Really appreciate your expertise
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by:troptech1
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for troptech1's comment #a39773915

for the following reason:

last solution fixed my problem
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by:lruiz52
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I'm glad your issue is resolved, remember to assign points accordingly.
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by:Miftaul
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What is the accepted answer, its confusing.
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FINAL SOLOUTION
I disabled EASY print and USED conventional Redirection and Driver Method that I was familiar with on OLDER server operating Systems I also had to assing rights to windows/system32/spool for my users
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This was Final Solution
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by:Miftaul
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I was the first requesting you to disable the Easy Print.
Thanks anyway.
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by:troptech1
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I Apologize I just looked back let me try to change that
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thank you
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by:troptech1
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FINAL SOLOUTION
I disabled EASY print and USED conventional Redirection and Driver Method that I was familiar with on OLDER server operating Systems I also had to assing rights to windows/system32/spool for my users
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NOT COOL!!!

did you use the link I provided on how to disable easy print? If you did points should have at least been split.
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by:troptech1
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Man you are right let me try to fix this mess
sorry I did not realize 2 people were helping
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I need to split points here please reopen question
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Sorry for mess up on points thank you all for your help
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