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    Good evening,
    I have Office A with a PC running Windows 7, network printer and a local printer attached to the PC. I am working remotely on Office B thru RDP on Windows 7 "Server" there (There is a static IP there, as well as from the ISP). I also could access the network printer at the Office A from Office B thru http - I am using something.no-ip.info:631 to do it.
    Now, the problem I have is that while I am working from Office A remotely to Office B (RDP), if I made an Excel sheet e.g. there, I wold like to print it to the network and local printers in Office A. I figured that the firs task I have to do is to "add" the network printer in Office A to devices at Office B and I have tried, but I couldn't succeed. I think I am doing mistake while I am entering the remote printer in the "add- menu".
    Could you help me please?
    Best Regards,
    Asen

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    Re: Printing thru Internet

    Are office A and B connected???

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      Re: Printing thru Internet

      Good afternoon wullieb1,

      They are not connected. I am using RDP from B to A (the ip at A is static).
      I figured out though how to do it. I have to add the network printer in A while I am using RDP from B as a LOCAL printer to B and to point the port then (tcp/ip). This is a bug of MS, i believe.

      Thank you for your post.

      Regards,

      Asen

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