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access to local printer

access to local printer

access to local printer

hi gurus.

I need to setup a new user WI, this user will be in the local office very rare but I would like to set him up on citrix and to be able to use local printers when at the office , how is my best practice in doing this.

I have load balance so I dont know in which server he will fall, I dont have access to his laptop to installed printer on his local profile.

load balance

Thanks a bunch for any help

RE: access to local printer

hello, i think you should use citrix policy. And filter them to local IP address range.

I assume that when users are at home and logon via WI site, then Ip address much differ.

Best Solution(expensive) should be using Access Gateway. In this case you can setup policy depending how to logon: CAG, or normal.

View Citrix policy filters, there should be the solution.


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