Does anyone have a solution for location based printing through igel? I am using the igel (linux) to connect to citrix vdi (Win 10) desktops.
Thank you! I believe Thinprint could be one idea if a local created printer mapping is too complicated:
or printerlogic: kb.igel.com/igelos-10.05.500/en/printerlogic-8620377.html
or did I misunderstood you?
@member you could also assign CUPS printers to your IGEL OS devices and have them to map to session. kb.igel.com/igelos-10.05/en/mapping-local-printer-to-citrix-or-rdp-sessions-7110800.html
I didn’t have great luck getting local printers to pass through and work well in VDI. But I just wrote a logon script that identifies the thin client/subnet and maps network printers based on that gathered information. Maybe that would be an option?
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