This article can be helpful when installing the Print&Share server version on:
- Windows Terminal Services (TS)
- Windows Server Remote Desktop Services (RDS)
- Citrix with Provisioning Services (PS)
This document does not describe any client configurations or the roll-out to clients. This document is a guide to help with the installation of Print&Share on a server. The steps described here may differ from your actual system and its configuration.
Supported Windows Server OS versions are:
Windows Server 2003 R2(Microsoft has ended Windows Server 2003 support on July 14, 2015) Windows Server 2008
- Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 - (Released in 2009-2011, consider updating to a more up-to-date Windows Server version)
- Windows Server 2012 - (Released in 2012, consider updating to a more up-to-date Windows Server version)
- Windows Server 2012 R2 - (Released in 2013, consider updating to a more up-to-date Windows Server version)
- Windows Server 2016
- Windows Server 2019
- (List last updated on 18/02/2021)
To work with Print&Share on a server, you will need a server license of Print&Share. A base server license is needed with optionally additional userlicense packs.
When you have Citrix with Provisioning Services you need a special key, contact support.
You can use the same Print&Share executable (.exe/.msi) for a client installation or a server installation. It is the license that determines the version.
The 30-day trial of Print&Share works as a desktop version, therefor only one user will be able to use it on the server until activated.