Sharing a Windows 2012 Print Server between two domains.

I am trying to share a windows 2012 print server between two child domains, a trust already exists between the two. Domain A which is the larger of the two domains has more multi-function printers .Domain B has a few local printer due to security . We have recently acquired new multi function printers and would want to have a single server to serve  both domains. Will I be right for e.g installing the sever in Domain A and adding the Everyone Group from Domain B to the printer Spool ?.
Any suggestion will be appreciated.

Thanks

Jenkibaba
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Justin EvansCommented:
I would add authenticated users from Domain B to the Printer
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65tdRetiredCommented:
To maintain security in domain B, I would install the print server in domain A and use the suggestion from Mr. Evans.
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jenkibabaSystem AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Thank you
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jenkibabaSystem AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Thank you Mr Evan and 65td.
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