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By knagaraj ·
Hi,

I am logging in to a server using remote desktop connection.

When ever I am logging all my printers are displaying in server printers and faxes.

Why it is happening?

Thanks,
nag

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You are logging into the server...

When you log into the server and you go to the printers section your printers would/should show up. That is how they are set up and that is why you see them as such.

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Little bit clarification..

by knagaraj In reply to You are logging into the ...

Hi,

yes when ever i log into the serer i am able to see my printers in server.

Is server architecture is like that or printer architecture is like that?

please clarify my doubt.

if you have any reference links please provide me.

Thanks,
nag

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I would say that it is the server architecture ..

If you are not having any problems with logging on and you do not have any issues with the server in question then this would be the server architecture layout.

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Sounds like Remote Admin mode instead of application mode.

by 1bn0 In reply to Printer

They are different. One is like logging in to the server itself. The other creates a virtual desktop environment.

Remote Admin with 2 connection limit is the default mode.

http://blogs.technet.com/perfguru/archive/2008/02/06/terminal-services-remote-administration-and-application-mode.aspx


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