In the edit dialog, specify a Printer Name which begins with a letter.
Printer Port: Interface type for locally connected printers or the network protocol for network printers. Possible values:
LPD network printer
TCP network printer
IPP network printer
Detect Devices...: Opens a mask for selecting the available devices.
Manufacturer: List of possible printer manufacturers. When you select a manufacturer here, the relevant selection of models will be provided under Druckername . (Example: Generic)
Printer Names: List of possible printer models. (Example: PostScript Printer)
Default Paper Size: Set the printer-specific paper size that you would like to use as a default. Possible values:
You can access the printer via the network if you have enabled the print server under IPP-Druckerfreigabe. (Default)
Mapping in sessions
Map Printer in NX Sessions
The printer is available in NX sessions.
The printer is not available in NX sessions. (Default)
Map Printer in Parallels Client Sessions
The printer is available in Parallels Client sessions.
The printer is not available in Parallels Client sessions. (Default)
Map Printer in ICA Sessions:
The printer is available in ICA sessions. (Default)
Map Printer in RDP Sessions:
The printer is available in RDP sessions. (Default)
Use Windows Driver Name from List:
A driver name from the following list will be used. (Default)
Manufacturer: List of possible printer manufacturers (example: Generic)
Model: List of possible models (example: Generic PostScript)
Use Custom Windows Driver Name
Give the name of your driver here if it is not mentioned in the list above.
Printer Driver: Windows driver name for the printer.
The name must not contain “;” or “:”!
When printing in ICA and RDP sessions, the print data are normally prepared for the printer model by the Windows printer driver and are passed unchanged from the thin client to the printer. An exception is encountered when using the Windows driver in ICA sessions: Manufacturer: Generic, model: Generic PostScript. In this case, the print data are prepared on the thin client with the help of the printer driver defined above under Printer for the printer model. This requires thin client resources depending on the size of the print job.