You can now print any document to your local printer. Avoid installing drivers on your server and support all clients by installing TerminalWorks TSPrint. All you have to do is invoke the print dialog on your document and your local printer will start printing. No more problems with drivers and spoolers.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.7 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
Simple to setup and use, fairly functional, have it working in minutes. Easy for IT pros, save lots of time installing drivers on the TS machine, cheap in comparison. Does what it says.
Large ( 100+ ) pages can slow the print queue down due to the time taken to transfer files, but there are workarounds for that if you explore it.
Not a bad tool overall, does what it says, allows you to print locally from a Terminal Server without worrying aboutprinter drivers etc on the Terminal Server.saves IT pro's a lot of time installing print drivers, this thing is set and forget, easy for all kinds of IT Pros to use, let the local users do what they like with their local network printers, TS print doesnt need updating. For larger files, reccomend using the right click and TS Print open local, dont use the normal print function. Easy to setup, administer and use.