remote to local printing

By acquarianblue ·

can anybody give me a solution on how to perform remote to local printing (printing documents opened on a remote computer to a locally attached computer)??? your suggestions would be very much appreciated. thank you

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Map a drive..

by Jellimonsta In reply to remote to local printing

I would imagine you are referring to printing from a document opened on another PC via RDP?
If you had a share on the remote system you can map to, you can open the doc locally and print without issue.

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RE: Map a drive..

by acquarianblue In reply to Map a drive..

i'm a bit confused. how would you create a map on the remote system if it is not connected to the local network. please enlighten me on this one. thanks for the reply. :)

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by Jellimonsta In reply to RE: Map a drive..

What exactly is the scenario? How are you connecting to the remote system?
Are you connecting to PCB via RDP over the Internet via a public IP?

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Add Printer to Remote Computer...

by mpace In reply to remote to local printing

You will need to install the driver for the locally attached printer to the remote PC using a TS port on the printer. This will allow you to print from a remote computer to your local printer. Let me know if you have any questions.

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Using RDC

by rkuhn In reply to remote to local printing

Using Microsoft's Remote Desktop Connection, one of the options under Local Resources is to share printers.

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Not Free

by Kenone In reply to remote to local printing
I use it for all sorts of remote and virtual printing.

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Did you try Elusiva Universal Printer

by shmukler In reply to remote to local printing

I recommend trying Elusiva Universal Printer. You can order a free fully functional trial from

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