Is this even possible and if so how?

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Is it possible (using PC Anywhere) from home, dialing in to the network (at work) performing the task that I need for the day and printing the documents on my home computer. Does anyone have an answer?
 

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Yes, it has Remote Access, so how do I make it work, so that I may print at home?
 
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assuming your talking about windows based printing, I'm not sure what your asking. You should be able to use your printer being it is physically attatched to your pc
 
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I would check with your Sys Admin at work to confirm how they would like you to connect to their network.
 

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Well, let me try to make it clearer (sorry). My boss likes to do some of her work from home, remotely (using PCAnyWhere) to the workplace. But she wants to print the documents at home not at work. How do you do this?
 
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I got this from PCAnywhere HELP:

"If you want to print a file located on the host computer to a printer at your location during a remote control session, you must specify your printer information in pcAnywhere. If you do not configure remote printing on your computer, your files are sent to the host computer’s default printer.
When adding a printer, you must have the correct drivers for the printer that you are using. pcAnywhere prompts you for the location of the printer, what port to use, and other configuration information. "

So if you define her print info on the host computer then she should be able to print at home.

Good luck!
 
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