Reply To: USB printing

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  • Regular Joe
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UPDATE: I installed a couple USB printer drivers into the ViaB session. If I leave it connected, log off, log in, the printer is no longer there. If I then unplug the printer USB cable from the client machine and plug the cable back in again, the Windows 7 ViaB session sees the printer and installs it. A log off/log on will kill the printer only to have it reinstall if you unplug the USB cable and plug it back in again.

Should I be looking at registry values for USB devices? Something in the wlx.ini to initialize those devices? An Allow rule for the hardware?

I’ll continue digging, but at least I feel like I am closer, just need the printer to install at the beginning of the session without the user unplugging and plugging a cable back in again.