My friends that use such setups always talk about that title. Beyond that it's sometimes a call to Microsoft if your IT staff can't fix it.
I have a printer that is redirected in a RDP session. It works as expected with Windows based software. The Sever is a Windows Server 2008 R2. The drivers for this printer are installed on the Server. The problem is I need to make a unc mapping for this printer to accommodate the printer hook for the Foxpro Inventory program. The share name does not come through the redirection process nor can I set sharing on the redirected printer in the RDP session. Is my only recourse to make the printer a WAN level printer on the client side network? If I could assign a share name on the TS side then I could create the necessary mapping \\computername\sharename for the Foxpro interface. Computer name in this case would be the 2008 Server where the Foxpro software is running under.