While Microsoft has made substantial improvements to Remote Desktop Services (RDS) in Windows Server 2012, printing still remains somewhat suboptimal. The new improvements allow business and enterprise users that are working at home or office workstations easy integration into the corporate network, but accessing...

A new Windows 8 development blog update and this time, it’s about printing. In Windows 8  Microsoft have introduced a new printer driver architecture, which they call version 4, or v4. The v4 architecture produces smaller, faster printer drivers, and it supports the idea of a print class driver framework–a system that...

Some cool changes are coming to Windows 8 re: printing. Three interesting points… IT pros can use Hyper-V and fail over clusters of print servers to remove the need for special drivers. If one of the virtualized print servers fails, another automatically starts. In the event of a hardware failure, the virtual print...

More Windows 8 training videos from the BUILD conference regarding building Windows 8 apps that print. This session teaches formatting content and customizing the print experience for consumers. Topics for discussion: Metro, HTML5, XAML and C+ The presentation is by Microsoft employees Darren Davis and Jon Kay.