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normal XenDesktop stuck on Printer for PDF

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01 May 2012 18:50 #280 by jburgos
jburgos created the topic: XenDesktop stuck on Printer for PDF
Every time I try to evaluate XenDekstop it stuck the session when de office try to use Bullzip pdf.

I did everithing explained in the forum, but nothing works

I use a script, to fix de Bullzip as a default, it doesn't work
I eliminate all printer from the base image except de Bullzip, it doesn't work the XPS printer return.
I tried the parameter of VMWARE... obviusly not work.

I have a evaluation version of Login VSI, and I can change de shortcut fppp to manipule the session manually.

What I can do?

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03 May 2012 02:13 - 03 May 2012 02:13 #285 by d.geerlings
d.geerlings replied the topic: Re: XenDesktop stuck on Printer for PDF
There is an alternative method of disabling printer redirection published in a Knowledge Base article by VMware:
kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/sea...C&externalId=2003626

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