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From Windows Clients to an NT Print Server

Windows clients printing to an NT-based print server have two options. They may:

  • Execute the driver locally and render the GDI output (EMF) into the printer-specific format on their own.

  • Send the GDI output (EMF) to the server, where the driver is executed to render the printer-specific output.

Both print paths are shown in the flowcharts in Print Driver Execution on the Client, and Print Driver Execution on the Server.

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