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Friday, August 31, 2007

Remote Desktop - Remote Printing - Terminal Services

Remote printing has come a long way in the past couple of years and works great using Microsoft Remote Desktop. When you log into the server from home, Terminal Services looks at your local printers and ''auto-creates'' them as session printers as long at it has matching drivers on the server. One notable exception is when your local printer is on your local network (not plugged into your PC) - TS won't see it without a registry patch - here's the link: RemotePrintPatch.reg

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