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Server 2008 R2 64bit - clients running XP 32bit connecting to the server via RDP - how do I get around the driver issue so that XP users can redirect print jobs from the 08 Server to their local printer?  Any suggestions welcome, thanks.
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Santosh Gupta earned 2000 total points
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pls go thourgh below steps

 1.Open Print Management console from the Administrative Tools Menu on the Start menu.
2.Expand "Print Servers" and Right-Click on Drivers and goto "Manage Drivers"
3.Click on "add drivers"  
4.Select x86 from the menu.
5.It may or may not populate on your menu.. give it a minute or two. If it does, select the device that applies and click next... if not, click on Have Disk and select your drivers to install.
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You did not explain exactly the conditions in your environment, so I'm going to guess you are trying to send prent jobs from server to xp machine getting jebrish!
Try and send raw picture instread.
For the xp users use an image writer printer, send the pictures for the xp to print.
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by:Santosh Gupta
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Also check , if printer option is selected.

Go to RUN and type MSTSC
click on OPTIONS
go to LOCAL RESOURCES an make sure that Printers is selected.
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Thanks!
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