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Remote Desktop Network Printer Redirection

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6 thoughts on “Remote Desktop Network Printer Redirection

Fantastic and spot on. A BIG help it got me up and running as I am the most technically challenged person.. Thank you

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Hi, This works but when the user logs off and back on the port changes to an Inactive TS port on the server.
Am I doing something wrong?

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Good Day. This works for me but when the user disconnects and reconnect the TS port changes on the server side.
Am I doing something wrong?

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I have been googling for almost 2 hours and looking at tutorials like “just enable printer in resources”.

Yours really helped and solved my issue. Thanks a lot!

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Is there any method to fix the ts port ?
The port will change every time wheb I remote control

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The only other method that I have seen to reliably print would be a software based solution like – https://www.terminalworks.com/remote-desktop-printing

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