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Printing to a local device connected to a thin client through terminal services

I use a thin client to access a remote desktop and can not seem to get the printer that I have locally connected to work. Any ideas?

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My view,in RDP Protocol the printer should be pcl base (network printer)in which printer having Ethernet port.The network printer connected through switch or in local client, in that way you can give print from any client to particular printer.


In host base printer it can't be print or install through client because of locally it has no storage device so the storage device is in server.The printer software is in server.That so network printer can be install in remote desktop protocol(RDP) or in wireless.
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I use a thin client to access a remote desktop and can not seem to get the printer that I have locally connected to work.

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Are you attempting windows printing? DOS printing? Model of Printer?

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You would first need to setup your Windows Server. Install it according to at least minimum requirements.

Make sure you assign this server the correct role. If this is the primary server and if you intend on hosting dns and dhcp on this machine, then please make sure you are assigning this server these roles.

You will need to create user accounts so that you can log into from your thin clients.

Next you need to run the install for Terminal Server.

Next you need to configure each thin client.

Next try to access each thin client via Remote Desktop as well as the server.

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