11-11-2019 06:21 AM
11-12-2019 12:52 PMSolution
@Anders Gidlund easiest way to do this would be via powershell with Set-RdsHostPool command:
Set-RdsHostPool -Tenant <TENANTNAME> -HostPoolName <HOSTPOOLNAME>CustomRdsProperty redirectprinters:i:0
More info here:
12-05-2019 11:04 PM - edited 12-05-2019 11:06 PM
@Sascha Stops Yes Printer Redirection is a machine policy but if you enable Group Policy Loopback setting = Merge then you can get computer policies in effect.
This is a GPO i've deployed through Azure Active Directory Domain Services and just for fun its in Danish :p But basically it does the following:
1. group Back Policy lookback mode (Merge). Heres a link that describes it:
The rest is 'as we say' just the basic stuff...
e.g. no printer redirection, Limitation of max numbers of monitors redirected, no COM/LPT ports, Timelimit for disconnected user sessions and such.
p.s. if you want this GPO to affect a group or user then you have to set it in Security Filtering if its via AAD DS as you cant segment via OUs otherwise if traditional DC then just link the GPO to the corresponding OU.