In general, all of the Microsoft-supplied printer drivers are tested with Terminal Services and guaranteed to work with Citrix. However, before using a third-party printer driver, consult your printer driver vendor to ensure the driver is certified for Terminal Services by the Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL) program. Citrix does not certify printer drivers.
This behavior is equivalent to configuring the Citrix policy setting Auto-create client printers with the Auto-create all client printers option.
This behavior is equivalent to disabling the Citrix policy setting Direct connection to print servers.
This behavior is equivalent to configuring the Citrix policy setting Printer properties retention with the Held in profile only if not saved on client option.
This behavior is equivalent to enabling the Citrix policy setting Automatic installation of in-box printer drivers and configuring the Universal printing setting with the Use universal printing only if requested driver is unavailable.
Enabling Automatic installation of in-box printer drivers might result in the installation of a large number of native printer drivers.
XenApp and XenDesktop include an Always-On logging feature for the print server and printing subsystem on the VDA.
In order to collate the logs as a ZIP for emailing, or to automatically upload to Citrix Insights Services, use the PowerShell cmdlet (Start-TelemetryUpload) supplied with the VDA installer.