When you use remote desktop to connect to a remote computer, you can also make your local printers available in the remote desktop session. It’s a convenient feature that you can still use your local printers, because the remote computer’s printers are probably not very useful unless they are not that far away.
A user noticed that this feature didn’t work for his OKI C5500 printer. At first, I thought it’s related to this documented problem about USB printers. I followed the instructions to create the registry key, but it’s a no go. The local printer still not forwarded. I also
Browsing through the suggestions I dug up, I found that the problem might be that the remote computer doesn’t have the required driver for the printer, therefore the printer forwarding doesn’t work. After I installed the OKI C5500 driver on the remote computer and re-connected to it through remote desktop connection and it worked.
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for those who have similar problems this is very helpful. I also had a problem because noninstallation necessary drivers, but after that it was working slow and bad, so I decided to try on the recommendation some of commercial solutions and one with which I am pleased is TSPrint from http://terminalworks.com/remote-desktop-printing/