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I have a windows 7 laptop that I use to remote in to work, which is a XP sp3. I have a brother MFC-8670dn printer. I have the win7 print drivers installed and working on the win7. I made local printers accessible over the RDP. I installed the xp drivers for the Brother printer. So my question is, " Is there a way that I can print from my win7 machine remotely connected to a xp sp3 system"? Or is there no way that I can put the correct drivers on the xp machine to have it redirect to my laptop(win7)

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This should work fine, but unless there is a platform difference (x64 v x86) I don't think you actually need to install the drivers on to both machines, only the printer host.

Next time you launch remote desktop, make sure to tick the Printers option under Local resources, and it should automatically configure itself. alt text

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