I have a Windows 2016 Server configured as a Remote Desktop Gateway Server. Users will log into the server and use Word, Excel, ect…. These programs, as well as the "Devices and Printers" app in the Control Panel, will all hang at startup unless the print spooler on the server is NOT running. Printers are deployed to all domain user profiles via group policy in the "Printer Management" app for the domain. Typically the users will not need to print if they are logged in remotely so disabling the print spooler is not a huge issue. However, having the option to print would be desirable and people may find it necessary to print via redirected printers to a local printer attached to their local computers. Is there a way to have the printer spooler enabled and have the Office Products continue to work?