How to override RD Session Host Server Setting > Common RDP Settings for printing

I have a 2008 R2 box that I have presented to an outside IP that is doling out RemoteApp.  The users are domain accounts.  Everything is spot on great across the board and working as designed.  I'll refer to this as the "Sales Server".

I have a another 2008 R2 box that only faces inward to the users.  The users are domain accounts.
Everything is spot on great across the board; this server, too, works as designed.  I'll refer to this as the "Internal Server".

Both of the RDP servers point to one RDP licensing server on the domain loaded with ample licenses.  

Here's my question:  Printing is enabled on the Internal Server.  Printing is turned off on the Sales Server via RD Session Host Server Settings > Common RDP Settings.  We would like to turn on printing for one domain account on the Sales Server and leave everyone else with no printing ability.  Is there a way to override the Sales Server RD Session Host Server Setting > Common RDP Settings for this one user without a complex matrix of GPO manipulation?
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CoralonCommented:
I believe you would have to go the GPO route, but it would not be *that* complex, but it does add some management work (but that could be automated).

Enable printing in general at the listener level (RDP Connector).
Create a group to allow printing, and put that one user in it.
Create a second group to disallow printing, and put everyone else in it
Create a GPO to allow that one group the right to print, and disallow the second group printing rights.

As far as automation, you could create a powershell script that would sweep whatever OU for users and add them to the disable group, and filter it to not add the allowed group.

Coralon
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TalonAdminAuthor Commented:
Kinda what I thought and may run with it.   Thank you
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