Since the Universal Print Server does not support any form of client side rendering, the print output would be immediately handed over to the Citrix UPClient component from where it is be forwarded UPServer component.
Its optimized for snagit 10 old version network printers and offers some additional compression and QoS options.
The prio 0 virtual channels are also referred to as Thinwire (sound familiar)?Print driver mapping is useful in situations where the print driver on the client is named differently than the print driver on the server (these need to match) but do offer the exact same functionality.Consider isolating your print drivers.k.a.So again, when the print server is located near the users, in the branch office as mentioned above, this wont be an issue.The Universal Printer only works for Windows devices.Remember, less is more!A collection of Citrix troubleshoot and diagnostic tools.I think most speak for them selves, so for now I would only like to discuss option number one, since this is sort of a special one.When using the client printing-pathway, application print output is spooled / rendered on the XenApp server (again, local from a client perspective) before it is send back (leveraging the ICA protocol) to the client device.Windows 2003 Resource Kit called Cleanspl that was able to make sure that the spooler service was configured correctly and clear of any third party dependencies that may be referencing bad/missing files. .Change this behavior to map the clients default printer only.There is also a printing virtual channel.The printing virtual channel has a priority of 3 by default.Last updated: Not sure?Click (right) on the image to the left to open or download the Key Takeaways list.This needs to be thought trough.Light version, just click Next. .The ICA protocol is build up out of multiple (32) virtual channels.Additionally, when the Universal Print Server is used you can also configure a feature named proximity printing, which is based on session (network) printers.As of XenDesktop Tech Preview 3 (TP3) the Universal Print Server is fully supported on Windows Server 2012 (R2) as well as Server 2008.You have multiple options.
EMF development ended with Windows XP and Server 2003.