If you have a client VPN and they want to be able to print to a printer at their location FROM the other end of the VPN, follow this guide. Also see Adding A Printer For A Terminal Server if this doesn’t help.
On the local machine, make sure the printer is installed correctly and share it out with no spaces in the share name. Test by printing a test page locally.
Connect to the VPN through
ncpa.cpl. If it’s not setup, go ahead and set that up now => see “Setting Up A VPN” for more information.
Test the connection by pinging the destination computer’s IP address.
If it’s successful, on the local machine run an
ipconfig /all. Take note of the PPP IP Address. (In this case 220.127.116.11)
On the remote computer, run =>
\\IPAddressFromPreviousStep. This will bring up an Explorer window that shows you everything being shared from the local computer.
Find your printer, right click => connect. Install the printer through the steps.