Printing and scanning is basically the same as it has always been. As long as your printer drivers aren’t weird, we can make it work. Microsoft has launched a new service this year that is not fully out yet. They basically launched their own cloud printing service, kind of like Google used to have. My thought is they are doing that because they want to eliminate that whole driver weirdness from the conversation completely by using a cloud print environment. So I think that’s where they’re going with that. WVD does not just automatically magically fix printing and scanning issues that you’ve ever had with remote, in the past. Luckily, almost all USB stuff is redirected well anyway, old scanners and stuff, I don’t even know who still does that. But there are going to be cases where this could be a problem, not very many but they’re still out there. This is not a magic bullet for that.
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- Can we have different Microsoft licenses for different employees?
- How many devices can I install Office apps on if I have a M365 business plan?
- Do you support persistent and non-persistent WVD?
- Can we move from a traditional Microsoft Client Server environment to Windows Server?