Print documents from a terminal server by sending them to a local network printer with this lightweight software solution that packs several relevant features
|Updated||March 23 2020|
Terminalworks N/A N/A
|Crack Size||18.9 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
If you are a Terminal Server administrator, you probably understand that installing certain components on your servers can make them unstable.
However, nowadays there are various workarounds for a broad range of situations, for instance using local printers from a remote location. In this case, your best alternative is to turn to specialized third-party software, such as TSPrint.
This application can be deployed on your system with minimum difficulty since no advanced configuration is required on your part.
You just need to launch the installer executable for each component, accept the End-User License Agreement and follow the on-screen instructions in order to install it successfully.
This program features two major components: a server and a client one. Before you can benefit from its capabilities entirely, you need to set up a server by installing the corresponding utility on the target computer. Afterward, it is possible to connect to it via its client analog.
Aside from remote desktop printing functions, this application also helps you enable logging for various events and also file transfer. Doing so can be accomplished easily by simply ticking the checkboxes from the main window.
Both the client and the server components encompass a handful of straightforward adjustable parameters. The client utility lets you choose your favorite PDF print engine and the default printer from their dedicated combo menus, as well as enable additional options, such as fit to page or printing as an image.
On the other hand, the server component provides you with a larger selection of options that you can toggle according to your preferences. For instance, you can enable TSPrint Crack devices and choose their corresponding drivers from the drop-down menus, toggle JPEG and ZIP compression, as well as adjust the JPEG quality percentage.
As a conclusion, TSPrint is a lightweight, yet reliable application that can help you increase the efficiency of your terminal server by enabling remote desktop printing abilities. It can be easily installed on your computer, comes with two components and provides you with several customization possibilities.
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