Need some expert advice on remote printing. We are just thinking of consolidating terminal servers (Windows Terminal Services) that are currently hosted out of multiple locations. The idea is to migrate all of them to the data center and provide remote access to the users who are on thin clients (VXL - Itona). The remote locations are connected over MPLS to the data center and has enough bandwidth at both ends for connectivity (data center has 20 mbps and locations has 4 mbps). For most of the locations, the network latency is less than 4 ms and we expect to host the file services also from the data center. Having said that, in what best ways do you think we should be able to provide fast (compression), reliable remote printing services to the end users.
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