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Printers mapped by security group do not automatically get removed

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Microsoft Server 2016 terminal services,  when using group policy by security group to map printers for users, we find that if a user is removed from a one printer group, and added to another, we find the user receives the new printers in addition to the previous printers. The user gets the new security group printers mapped, however the original printers do not get removed since the user was removed from the original group. We see that the registry key in the user profile for the original mapped printers remain and do not get removed automatically.
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