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Windows 2008 R2 session host server, windows 2008 R2 RD Gateway server
i have some outside users that have a small network and then some printers that are shared on that network. When this users connect to the terminal server with rdp icon the network printers are redirected, BUT if i publish some of the programs and this users start the program and not the rdp desktop the network printers isnt redirected. What have i done wrong? or isnt redirected network printers supported on published programs?
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1) What version of RDC are the clients using?
2) On you RD Gateway server is the policy to Disable Printer Redirection turned off?
3) Is the spooler started on the Remoteapp server and client?
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Problems solved with tsprint :-)
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I tried tsprint and that did fix my problem.
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