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Remote Desktop Windows 7 Pro to XP Pro How do I pass through PCI-E LPT
I have a desktop in a remote location used to connect to a PC in main location to run a program. The new computer put in the satellite office running Windows 7 Pro 32-bit did not have parallel ports and I needed two ... So I installed two PCI-E cards to add the ports. These print fine locally but the printers do not pass through to the Windows XP Pro machine.
How can I make the PCI-E LPT ports available in the remote session?
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