Importing Network Printer into RDP Session

Hello, we are having an issue with a user on a remote network running Windows 10 Professional connecting through a VPN and then using RDP to connect to an internal domain joined workstation running Windows 7 Professional in order to access a specific application.  Everything connects properly, however he is not able to access his network printer, a Kyocera CS 3050ci KX on the Remote Desktop session in order to print items back in his office.  His old printer, a Brother MFC-J6720DW was able to print successfully across the Remote Desktop connection.

Steps taken so far:
We have attempted logging in using a domain administrator account on the Windows 7 PC through the RDP connection from his Windows 10 workstation.
Ensured "printers" is selected on the local resources tab of the Remote Connection.
Attempted to install Windows 7 version of driver on the Windows 10 PC

We are unsure if this will be a compatibility issue we are unable to overcome or whether we are missing something.  Any response is greatly appreciated.
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William FulksSystems Analyst & WebmasterCommented:
How is he trying to connect to the Kyocera? Does it have an assigned IP address?

If he knows the IP, once connected to the VPN you could try adding the printer that way.

Also, as a quick workaround you could install a PDF printer then print to it to create a PDF file, then copy or email it back to yourself to print. I know it's a few extra steps but in a pinch it'll get the job done.
You wouldn't need to install any drivers, since win7 is able to use easy print and I have used that combination lately and printer redirection 10->7 worked well. It could be that your printer is for some reason not compatible to the method that windows uses by default, which is called "easy print". So verify if you can see any other printers in the remote session, for example windows 10's "Microsoft print to pdf".
jeremy22Author Commented:
Thank you for your responses.  I believe the only printer (basic or otherwise) that was redirected was the Fax.  After other research, this may be an issue with Windows 7 Professional version and possibly GPOs.  Others seemed to have success when setting up the solution with Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate.
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The edition shouldn't play a role. This would be a known (and fixed) bug if it really was like that.
Any news for us?
By the way: I mentioned that the printer might not be compatible with easy print... read to see how to disable easy print at the machine that you connect to. Then, the printer driver needs to be installed at the target.

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