Web Site Printing Broke with the 3/6 update of Chrome

I received a call from one of the offices I support with the following problem:
Unable to print receipts and emails from our remote desktop session:
Turns out they are using Chrome V65.0.3325.146 to access these application sites.
In the application they have links to print the receipts, emails, statements, etc.
I had them right click on the display in one of the sites and select print and it printed the web page successfully.
I also had them print from applications installed on the remote desktop to the same printer successfully.
I had them log into the web sites on their local computer where they also use Chrome and all of the printing worked fine.
I then had them check the Chrome version on their local workstation and they had version 64.0.3282.186.
While they were looking at the version it displayed there is a new version of Chrome and it is currently being updated.
It completed the update and required them to re-launch Chrome.
The version of Chrome now reflects 65.0.3325.146 - Same as the Remote Desktop Server
Once re-launched I had them try the printing again from the different sites and sure enough the printing failed in the same way as it does on the remote desktop server.

It appears there is no way to roll back Chrome to an earlier version so this is an inconvenience that needs a fix.

Has anyone else experienced this and found a fix. Could it be a plugin... Java or Adobe that is not working with this version of Chrome?
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
I just let Chrome update on Windows 7 and it went to version 65.0.3325.162 which is slightly newer and it printed fine.  Maybe you can update it again?
DBBurnsINAuthor Commented:
Did you use the print dialogue of the browser or did you try printing from an on line web application? I can print by right clicking on a web page and using the browser print dialogue but not in an on line application. There are a lot of people that have experienced similar issues but nobody has presented a solution to date.
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
I just selected Print from the menu and printed the page.  What is the difference in an "on line application"?  Does it use a JavaScript print button?
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