Depending on the physical location of the desktop or laptop, different printers should be available to the user. You can use Composition > Actions By Type >Printers to achieve this. To configure printers per application, go to the Configuration > Actions tab of the application (at Composition > Applications).
Workspace Control does not install printer drivers. It only configures the printer connection.
You can set a printer as the default printer for the selected type of access control. It is also possible to define a backup printer for process-critical printing situations. To do this, enable the Failover option.
The Workspace Composer shows a simple list of available printers, and so helps the user to select a default printer or open a Print Status window. The user can even set a default printer based on his work location. You can also allow the user to connect to additional printers.
With the release of Windows 10 version 1511, Microsoft made a change to the way Windows 10 handles the default printer: the printer that was last used by the user becomes the new default printer.
If the Printers feature is enabled (at Composition > Actions By Type > Printers, on the Settings tab), Workspace Control reverts handling of the default printer to the method Windows 10 used before version 1511, using the Microsoft Windows registry value LegacyDefaultPrinterMode. This registry value impacts not only managed default printers, but also user selected default printers.