LRS Virtual Desktop Printing
Many organizations implementing Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environments report user and administrator frustrations due to differences between standard Windows® desktops and virtual ones. For example, when printing from a traditional desktop, users can define new printers, customize settings, etc. However, in a VDI printing environment, any printer that a user defines or modifies after they log on to their desktop is subsequently lost at logoff time.
Result: major user frustration and increased help-desk calls. In addition, the effort to perform basic administrative tasks — such as defining default printers for various models/manufacturers of thin/zero client terminals — can prove quite challenging.