Windows 7 pro printers are created on logon.

This computer is Windows 7 pro. It is in a workgroup. Every time we login in several printers get created. I have deleted them from the print manager and deleted the drivers. I have turned off network discovery and file and print sharing but they still come up. Any ideas?
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Was the computer formerly in a domain??
JasonDuncanworksAuthor Commented:
Never in a domain, fresh install.
What kind of printers are getting installed, are you talking about the ones office creates like microsoft document xps, fax etc?  OR are we talking specific printers like HP laserjet4000 and Xerox WC4250
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JasonDuncanworksAuthor Commented:

Fax, adobe, one note, HP LaserJet - They show at the end of them like HP Lasejet (Jason)

I have turned off network discovery, file and print share and they still show up.
Spike99On-Site IT TechnicianCommented:
Are you connecting to the PC remotely?  Because "(Jason)" appears at the end of the printer names, it seems to me that the printers are being re-directed from the client computer called "Jason" which you are using to connect to the new PC.

If that's the case, just modify your RDP connection properties by removing the check mark next to Printers on the Local Resources tab. With that option unchecked, your local printers won't be redirected to the remote PC.
Screenshot of RDP properties Local Resources tab - Windows 7

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JasonDuncanworksAuthor Commented:
Sorry not connecting through RDP.
Spike99On-Site IT TechnicianCommented:
Are the printers that are showing up on this new PC the same printers shared off a PC called Jason?
JasonDuncanworksAuthor Commented:
Was not the exact solution but it got me to where I needed. Come to find out the remote control software I was using added remote print options. :-)
Spike99On-Site IT TechnicianCommented:
Cool, I'm glad I could help! :-)
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