Terminal Server Printing via the Internet


J

jwkh

We're going to connect to a terminal server through the
Internet. It will NOT be a VPN connection. Just a client
connecting to an IP address of the router which then maps
port 3389 over to the TS.

Can printing back to the remote PC be done in this type of
environment?

Thanks,

jwkh
 
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H

Henry

Yeah, it can be done. All you want to do is to install the same printer
drivers in the TS that is installed on client. When a client connect to TS,
automatically is created a printer that points to a TS port, and that points
to the default printer of client.

Regards

Henry
 
J

jwkh

Thanks,

jwkh


-----Original Message-----
Yeah, it can be done. All you want to do is to install the same printer
drivers in the TS that is installed on client. When a client connect to TS,
automatically is created a printer that points to a TS port, and that points
to the default printer of client.

Regards

Henry


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R

Ron Boetger

How do you install a Printer Driver on the ts with out some kind of
printer attached some way?

Thanks

Ron
 
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V

Vera Noest [MVP]

Just pretent that you have a printer connected and install it.
This will install the driver. No need for the physical device.
Then remove the printer again, this will keep the driver on the
system.
Note: be *very* careful with installing 3th party printer drivers
on a TS. Many of these drivers are not completely TS compatible
and they have a nasty habit of crashing your spooler or the whole
TS.

Map to a native driver instead:
239088 - Windows 2000 Terminal Services Server Logs Events 1111,
1105, and 1106
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=239088
 

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