Terminal Server Printers

I am creating a locked down RDS profile for vendors to use when they log in in to our network. I am trying to figure out how to hide all printers except the vendor's redirected printer. When the print from our application, all I want them to see is their own redirected printer. I don't want them to be able to accidentally print to another printer in our office. I've looked everywhere in the GPO options for printers and terminal services and I don't see anything for this. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
Check out this link scroll down to the second set of instructions -- the first is for XP on server 2008, the second for Win7. See picture for how to get started. The key is to make sure that the printers you do not want them to have access to are not deployed to users or groups or systems they may be assigned to with GPO. For instance if they are a member of the authenticated users group and that group has had printers deployed to it these vendors will have access so make sure they belong to very specific group(s) so they don't get access to printers from other group membership
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Lionel MMSmall Business IT ConsultantCommented:
Why did this only get a grade of B?
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