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Using default printer in citrix GUI

HI,

All the users access the GUI thru citrix. We have configured one printer (__default) which would pick up the default printer from the workstation.

We are only able to use this priinter configured if we are accessing a SAP GUI installed on our workstation.

If we we still want to use the default printer with citrix .....what needs to be done.

To be simple...

I have a network printer configured to my Desktop and I would like to print to it when I connect to Citrix/GUI using the Default printer (__default) , is this possible?

Thanks,

Tanuj

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  • Posted on May 25, 2007 at 09:45 AM

    Yes

    You can print to any Printer connectd to your local desktop.

    Create a new printer wit printing type G

    Regards

    PR

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  • Posted on May 25, 2007 at 09:43 AM

    Hi Tanuj,

    You cannot print directly from citrix to the network printer setup in your desktop.

    You need to setup the network printer in your Citrix session, so when Gui print to local find the printer in the Citrix Desktop.

    Hope this help

    Juan

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    Posted on May 30, 2007 at 02:28 PM

    Hi,

    I have created a system with Type G and __Default. This is working when the print is initaited from GUI and not working when initiated form citrix/Gui client.

    We have solved the problem.

    We have to create a rule on citrix server such that client printers are mapped to the citrix server.

    Thanks,

    Tanuj

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