I am using a Windows Server 2008 Standard set up with Terminal Services.
Generally it has worked well, including when printing to locally attached printers / printer redirection.
Today at a particular site all 4 machines are unable to print to their local printers properly.
One printer is an HP Color LaserJet CP1215 set up on a Print Server (IOGear). When I print to this printer, I see a Windows Terminal Services Printing Service error. Click OK, and it actually usually WILL print.
I also receive the same error when using the XPS writer to the local machine - though it usually WILL print. That is my work-around - I write it to the desktop then print locally.
The main problem is:
The other printer is a HP LJ 1200. It is connected USB to an XP Pro machine and shared. The error happens on the directly attached machine as well as the remote machines. When printing from the TS session I get a invalid access code. I can not print at all to this printer - which is the one I really need to.
Any ideas? I have tried updating drivers, deleting and re-installing printers, logging in as administrative users on both the local machines and TS.