Thin Client Printer install

We recently purchased new HP T520 Thin Clients, to replace older models that were not compatible with our new servers.    They work great, except I cannot get a local printer to install and work.    I go thru the control panel and add printer.   And I guess I am not doing something right.   It will que up the print job but fails and says it cant locate the printer.
The printer is an Epson TM-U325 receipt printer that our tellers use.     It was very easy to add on the old thin clients.    
Can someone maybe give me a little step by step advise????    
BTW:  The Epson printer required a serial to USB adapter cord to work with new thin clients.
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Jackie ManIT ManagerCommented:
Your receipt printer is pretty old and obviously connecting via a serial to USB adapter will not work.

You need a new USB receipt printer.

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