1. Think of the terminal services 'terminal' as if you were on that other machine and not the linux box.
2. Now on that other box how do you connect to...
3. The printer you shared from the linux box?
Again, this is only how to think through the work. As there is so much written about sharing printers, samba and more I stop here.
I may be in the wrong forum here I'm sorry. I run a Win2K3 Terminal Server. i have set up a workstation box that runs the latest Kubuntu. I also have a Samsung ML-2010 printer. The printer driver loaded up OK & works fine as a local printer on the Kubuntu box.
The problem I have is I cannot see how or where to load the Linux driver on the Win2k3 Terminal Server so when I connect to the server the printer is visable & usable in Terminal session
What I did notice in the Terminal Services Client provided with Kubuntu there is only an option to connect the Local Hard Drive & not printers, clipboard & serial ports etc etc that can be found in the Windows Terminal Client software.
I don't know if I need another Linux client that has that printer checkbox or what. If so could someone recommend one that will do the job
Any help appreciated