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In devices and printers all printers and faxes installed creating redirected copies

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Hi
 I have windows 7 32 bit ,
                                              in my devices and printers the installed devices creating redirected copies of installed printers faxes etc .
I am not able to delete these redirected copies too
please advice
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Are you logging into a server through RDP?

You can change this behaviour in the RDP client by clicking options, Local Resources tab and unticking printers under Local devices. You can also prevent this in group policy on the machine here:
Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Terminal Services -> Client / Server Data Redirection : “Do not allow client printer redirection”

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Sorry how to go to computer configuration as I cannot see in my control panel
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ok got it thanks
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thanks
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