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map printers gpo question

Posted on 2014-03-26
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i have a gpo that maps a printer for users that connect to terminal server.

the first time i logon it works.

if i delete the printer, then log off, then back on it does not get re-mapped.

any suggestions?
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every branch has there own gpo so that they only get the printers for their location (branch)
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What do have the "action" set as?  Try setting it to update and see if this works for you.
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I am not using a GPP.

Printer is being mapped under

User Configuration > Windows Settings > Printer Connections
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if i change it to a GPP with the "Update" action it works.

thank you.
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Keep it as a printer preference! And be sure that you don't check Apply Once and Do Not Reapply
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