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Yes. You can use TSPrint both on an internet connection and your local area network. Now clients that work outside the office will be able to print out documents to their home printer without you having to first install that printer on your Terminal Services server.
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(Minimum Version: 220.127.116.11) TSPrint is mostly used with two types of TSPrint printers: TSPrint Default and TSPrint Printer. The TSPrint Default printer will print everything to the local default printer without any dialogs. The TSPrint Printer in return will show each time a dialog where you can select the desired printer and its settings.Now sometimes you would like to create a new printer and tell TSPrint to automatically transfer the print job to another local printer besides the default printer.This can be done with the new type of TSPrint printer named TSPrint User Defined. By default, the TSPrint installation does not create such a printer.To map a local printer to a TSPrint printer log-in to your terminal server and go to:Start -> Programs -> TerminalWorks -> TSPrint Server -> Print Manager
Enter the desired name of the printer and under TSPrint Function, select TSPrint User Defined. Now under the Printer Security field, you can add different users or groups which should be able to see and print to this printer. If you leave this field empty, then only YOU and the server Administrator will see this printer and be able to print to it. After we save the new printer, it should appear as any other printer in our list:
Now the first time you print to this printer, a dialog will show up, which will ask you to select the desired local printer. If another user on the terminal server prints to the same printer, he will also receive this dialog the first time, and he will able to select his local printer. By printing on the terminal server to the user-defined TSPrint printer, TSPrint will check if the user has selected a local printer to which print jobs should be transferred. In case he has not, the earlier mentioned dialog will show up.
Now print to the printer, and your print job will automatically be transferred to the earlier selected local printer. Using this scheme, you can, for example, create a new printer and assign to him form sizes of your local POS printer, and each time, when printing on the terminal server, the print job with the correct form size will be printed on your local POS printer.
There are two ways you can disable this option. The first one would be to disable it globally on the terminal server by setting the right group policy. For more details about the please visit:Printer RedirectionThe second step would be to disable this locally on the workstation from which you connect. To do this please execute MSTSC.exe by going:Start -> Run -> mstsc.exeWhen the mstsc.exe dialog shows up click on the Options button on the bottom left side:
TSPrint offers two different dialogs to configure the default printer. The first one works on a per-user basis and each individual user can set his own default printer by logging in to the terminal server and going to:Start -> Programs -> TerminalWorks -> TSPrint Server -> Default Printer
If you wish to disable the defaulting of printers by TSPrint and leave it to Windows then select None as the default printer.The second dialog works on a per-server basis and allows the system administrator to configure the default printer for all users on the terminal server. You can reach that dialog by going to:Start -> Programs -> TerminalWorks -> TSPrint server -> Server Options
The server options dialog will allow you to select the default printer for all users on the terminal server. As with the per-user default printer dialog here you can also select None to tell TSPrint to leave the defaulting of printers to Windows.
Sometimes, very special printers, including special page sizes, are hard to map with our virtual TSPrint printers. Results can be a blank page, bad positioning, etc. The solution is to create a Windows driver printer on the server-side, map local settings perfectly with our Windows driver printer. To create a Windows driver printer, please follow the steps described in this document.Log in to your terminal server and open: Start -> Programs -> TerminalWorks -> TSPrint Server -> Print Manager
Changing the Print EngineConnect to the terminal server through a remote session and open:Open: Start -> All Programs -> TerminalWorks -> TSPrint Server -> Client OptionsThe following window will be shown on your screen:
When printing multiple documents and the print order is invalid on your printer, you have to set the Print spooled documents first option on the TSPrint printer where you experience this issue.This option can be accessed by right-clicking on the TSPrint printer on your terminal server and selecting Printer Properties. After that, click on the Advanced tab and check the option.
The full path of this mode in the Group Policy Management Console on Server 2003/2003R2:"Computer Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Terminal Services\Terminal Server\Printer Redirection"and Server 2008/2008R2/2012/2012R2/2016:"Computer Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Session Host\Printer Redirection" This policy setting allows you to specify whether the client default printer is automatically set as the default printer in a Terminal Services session.By default, Terminal Services automatically designates the client default printer as the default printer in a Terminal Services session. You can use this policy setting to override this behavior.The policy has 3 options. Enabled->The default printer is the printer specified on the remote computer.Disabled->The terminal server automatically maps the client default printer and sets it as the default printer upon connection.Not Configured->The default printer is not specified at the Group Policy level. However, an administrator can configure the default printer for client sessions by using the Terminal Services Configuration tool.
First, we need to find out the version build of the client you use to connect to the server. To do so, connect from the MAC to the server using administrator credentials. Then open Server Options of TSPrint and enable logging for Print.
Now try to print and reproduce the issue. This will generate the logs on the server in "C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Roaming\TSPrint Server\logs\DOMAIN_NAME.USER_NAME-0.dbg.log".Open the log file and locate ClientBuildNumber, Directory, and Product ID. This is the information you need.Now navigate to "C:\Program Files (x86)\TerminalWorks\TSPrint Server."Open mac_clients.ini file in Notepad.Add the following information:[client_NEXT_NUMBER_IN_LINE]BuildNumber= here enter the ClientBuildNumber from the logsDirectory=here enter the Directory from the logsproductID=here enter the productID from the logsSave the file and try to print again.
To resolve this issue caused by the latest Microsoft Remote Desktop application version, please follow the steps below:1. Make sure you're running the latest version of the TSPrint Client as well as the TSPrint Server.You can download the latest 18.104.22.168 client version.And the 22.214.171.124 server version.After you have installed the latest version before you connect to the remote session, please do the following:2. Open the Microsoft Remote Desktop application and click on the small edit button as marked on the image below.
Yes, Chrome OS and Android are fully supported.You can download the TSPrint client application directly from the Google Playstore.As always, just make sure that you have both parts of the TSPrint installed - the server part on the remote desktop server and the client part, in this case, on your Chromebook or Android mobile phone/tablet.TSPrint Server part 126.96.36.199 or higher is required.
TSPrint client installation is very simple (as always) in this case:1. Download and install TSPrint Client on your Chromebook or Android phone/tabletYou can download it from the following link from Google Playstore.2. Make sure the TSPrint Client application is running in the backgroundOnce the application has been installed from the Google Playstore, simply open it up and keep it open in the background.3. Set up folder redirectionBefore connecting to the server using any remote desktop application of your preference, make sure to enable the folder redirection so the TSPrint can communicate with your mobile phone without any issues. For example, in the picture below, we have enabled the folder redirection in the Microsoft Remote Desktop application.
4. Connect to the server and start printingOnce the folder redirection has been set up, connect to the server and print to one of the TSPrint virtual printers. As all of our virtual printers will behave the same when printing from mobile app, we would recommend printing directly to TSPrint PrinterOnce the print job has been initiated, the following notification will arrive on your mobile phone or Chromebook. All you have to do is tap on it and then select the print jobs you wish to print (you can print all or one by one).