I use remote desktop to connect to software on a remote machine (that is running Windows Server 2016).
In Windows control panel I have set the default printer to my local printer (it is displayed as a "redirected" printer).
In the application, I cannot get the redirected printer to set up as the default. When I print, I can scroll down the list of printers to redirected and print and it will print ok to my local printer.
If I change the default printer in Windows control panel on remote machine to any non-redirected printer, it does show up as the default printer in my application but I cannot get the redirected one to do this.
Is there some way I can change the name or settings for the printer on the remote machine to make it appear to the application that it is a valid local printer and therefore set up as default ok?