For those wanting to support a local printer connected to their Linux system via RDP (Remote Desktop) connecting to a Windows server, here is a quick how-to.
First look up the Printer Name on your Linux box, it is best if it is a single word and under 20 characters. You can typically find this by opening a document, selecting Print and it should be the name in the drop down.
Next you will have a script that call rdesktop like so:
rdesktop -r printer:="WINDOWS DRIVER NAME AS IT APPEARS IN ADD PRINTER"
Run the rdesktop script and login
Go to Printers and Faxes
Right-click on the Printer that matches your Linux printer's name and choose Properties
Print a test page!