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iPrint in terminal services

Hello all,

I just turned on Secure iPrint. After I fixed my Unique ID problem things seemed to go well, except for in Terminal Services.

I do not have user printers being created by the RDP client on the Terminal Services server, rather I have all the printers installed on the server for them to use.

Now, all of the users continually get prompted for authentication. They type in their username and password and get "Printer authentication Failed, would you like to try again?" They do not get this on their local machine, only in terminal services.

I checked to make sure, all users from the root of the tree down have access to all printers.

Is there some setting that I goofed on when installing the iPrint client on terminal services?

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Re: iPrint in terminal services


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