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You have configured several users to be able to connect to
one of your servers using Terminal Services, and you have
configured redirection of client printers. You want users to
be able to print to their local printers from a remote
connection. However, your users report they are unable to
print to their locally configured printers. What should you do?
1 Tell the users to install their local printer from within
their Terminal Server session.
2 Use a logon script to add the local printers
3 Enable the Client/Server data redirection setting in
Group Policy for every Terminal Server client computer.
4 Enable the Client Server data redirection setting in
Group Policy for the Terminal Server?


Use a logon script to add the local printers.

who ever logged in to system within the same OU will get the
printer access.

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