This is something I've been trying to research but haven't found anything directly related to what I'm looking for.
Basicly I have a situation where a client has a number of remote users who will be connecting via terminal services. These people must be able to use their local printers (easy). However, they also need to use SOME of the printers that will be attached to SOME of the other computers connecting via termial services.
I put emphisis on "some" for a reason. I know that by putting the user in the "Print Operators" group I can allow them to see ALL printers, however this is not what I want. I would like to be able to choose what printers each user can see.
I've argued with a co-worker that I'm not even sure it's possible, however he swears he's seen it before....
Little back group. Windows 2003 R2 Standard Edition, Also a domain controler. No local printers attached to the DC and none will be.
Printer permissions and printui
I think with a combination of modifying the permissions of the Printer objects, and/or scripts using PRINTUI, you can do what you're asking.
24th Aug 2007
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