I have a win 10 machine with a network printer installing on it. I have enable the RDP session to use local printers but when using RDP into a windows 7 computer the printer will not show up as a redirected printer.
I have tried:
on the local printer properties: under ports: enabling printer pooling and selecting LPT1 and the the ip of the printer installed
then on the remote windows 7 computer under printer properties> ports: selecting that same LPT port but that does not work.
I also tried choosing one of the TSXX ports on the remote win 7 computer and it will print a test page at that point but when once the RDP is disconnected and the local computer is rebooted and then reconnected to win 7 machine via RDP. The printing to local printer over RDP will no longer work and the TSXX port now shows as TS Inactive port .
I got clear idea now and what i posted earlier is also correct but it was basic thing now follow the steps to check whether it off from group Policy or not.
Start + R key> gpedit.msc > Computer Configuration
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