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2012 Server Printer Security

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Hello.

Does anyone know what implication having the "All APPLICATION PACKAGES" security option enabled in printer security on a Remote Desktop server when users a limited to specific printers depending on when office they work at?

I have searched the internet but cannot find anything about this option.

Cheers

Dave
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The "All APPLICATION PACKAGES" security permissions shouldn't affect your users abilities regarding to printing.

This security group is related to the permissions of the Windows Modern Apps, so you should be fine.
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So I can remove that permission group without any problem?
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Yes that's right and if there's a problem later on, you can always add it back.
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