The issue here is that virtual solutions add another layer of complexity to the environment. Deployment of printers and printer drivers becomes more of a challenge, as does compatibility assurance. For example, MEDITECH has been known to crash the Citrix Print Manager Service in some VDI environments. In other VDI implementations, MEDITECH printers first have to be installed on each local machine. This means that the users have to set the printers up, then enter the virtual session and have the VDI solution redirect those printers into the session. Every time the user moves to a new workstation or starts a shift, this entails a long process of MEDITECH printer setup—and that only multiplies the possibility of error or profile corruption.