I've been trying to get data sent to a redirected Windows printer, but not fully succeeding. In these days of work-from-home for more, it's becoming essential.
The user (me, for now but preparing for others) connects via RDP to the office computer, which is connected to the server. Opening *WINPRT*/*WINDEV* for output displays the printer selection window, and "My OKI (redirected 1) on TS001" is selected. At this point, printing to a *WINPRT* selection works fine, and I can see the queue entries set up and processed on both the office and home PCs. But the *WINDEV* connection is never completed to the printer on my home computer; only the office PC queue entry is set up. Where the output goes is undetermined, but it doesn't get to my PC or the actual printer.
Is this how it's actually supposed to operate, or is there some option I'm missing? Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you! Be safe!
PxPlus 13.10 on Linux Redhat 5 with WindX via *nthost/*ntslave
(Upgrading shortly to PxPlus latest, Linux latest, likely SimpleCS)