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Printing throw terminal server

I configred correctly the print server and successed to print throw my local printer but as I connect to a far station using terminal services I do not see any printer.
1. the printer is the default printer.
2. the same driver allready installed on the server.
3. I tried to check mark the box in the RDP for printers with no luck.

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Are you remoting into your server from a differnet location than where the server is? I need to know th physical location of the printer to the server. If the printer is connected to the server there is a problem with the driver. if the printer is connected to your local PC you will need to click on the options button in remote access and tell it you want to use local resorceses. If the server / Printer / PC are in the same location do not access the server thru terminal services, set it up as a client server.

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