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Hello guys, first time here I guess cuz I have a problem :) Hope I get help.

OK how do you configure a local network printer on a lan which is properly set up on a 4 station workgroup setup in a city. These computers are running XP PRO and log to a terminal server on another city where they use this special program that resides on that server. The server is using Windows 2000 Server..... The problem is that they can print just on the printer that is setup on the server but the computers or workstations need to print from thier local network printer. How would it be routed back to it's local lan connection? :tazz:
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can they print to their local network printers from any other program than this terminal server session? i would assume (just a theory) that you will have to install those printers(as network printers) on the server that they are all logging into as well
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