Scenario: A restaurant supply company has engaged your team to assess their Citrix Presentation Server 4.0 printing environment. When the server farm was in a pre-production state, Win32-based pilot users were permitted to install native drivers for printers that were pre-configured locally, primarily based on locally attached devices or those configured by standard TCP/IP port. When the farm was upgraded to production, this activity was disallowed by means of a Citrix policy, and another policy allowing only the universal printer driver was adopted. At this point, there are approximately 50 drivers installed on the various servers in the farm. The administrator has just learned that new users will be added that will be based on WinCE/PocketPC and Macintosh devices. In order to address this situation, the administrator plans to delete all of the native drivers from each server because all users are configured to use only the universal printer driver. However, before doing so, he wants to know whether there are any caveats to this. What is your recommendation?
Deleting all native drivers is not recommended because it is possible that some of the new devices will require those drivers.
Deleting all native drivers is not necessary because the drivers have no impact on Presentation Server functionality.
Deleting all native drivers is not recommended because not all of the native Presentation Server Clients listed can support the universal printer driver.
Deleting all native drivers is recommended because all three native Presentation Server Clients can support the universal printer driver.
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