Confusing Windows 2003 RDP Question

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by nc, Oct 11, 2007.

  1. nc

    nc Guest

    I have a client at a remote site. They are part of a domain called
    domain "1" that is physically located somewhere else. They use a
    printer called "printer x". That printer is managed by "server3" in
    "domain 1". They connect to a server to use an application via rdp
    that sees this networked printer on their domain. The actual printer,
    however, is located in their office. When they connect to another
    domain's server for a client they do billing for they want to be able
    to use that printer as well. But the problem is:

    1. that printer is not physically connected to their machine so it
    won't be seen as a client printer
    2. the printer is networked and shared on another domain.

    My question is would it be possible to use that printer when they use
    RDP to connect to another server in a different domain? Keep in mind
    that on their local machine that printer does come up under printers
    as a network printer.
    nc, Oct 11, 2007
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  2. nc

    John Holmes Guest

    nc "contributed" in 24hoursupport.helpdesk:
    Yes, your question is confusing. Try asking again, but easier to
    understand. Use real names instead of domain "1", "domain 1", the printer,
    that printer, etc.
    John Holmes, Oct 11, 2007
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