[THIN] Re: autocreation blues

What about making them fixed local printers rather than Auto-Creating
ones on the Terminal Servers then set the default as part of the login
script as the generic account is logging in.

Greg=20

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Sent: Thursday, April 08, 2004 4:12 PM
To: Thin group 2 (E-mail)
Subject: [THIN] autocreation blues

So any way to get around users default printers getting overwritten if
the same user account logs into a published application session on
multiple workstations?
I'm in a hospital enviorment and are using local created autocreated LPR
printers (no 2k print servers). But we have generic accounts logging
into multiple systems so this is going to be a problem. Suggestions?
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