Can a connector act as a print server ?

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We do have a scenario where we would like to have Printer connected on a branch location over a IPP connection to Universal Print in Azure.  The printer is on a network not connected to our AD.
We do connect to the application via Windows Virtual Desktop running Windows 10, but the printout is actually done via a request where we point to the printer via the printserver.

Is there any possibilities to use the Connector as a "bride" to act as a print server and point to the printer connected over IPP on the branch office ? 

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