A suggestion for the meantime is to use a product called "FinePrint". This software has many uses, but one of them that applies here is that it will allow you to save your print jobs to a file. Then you copy the file using RAdmin to the remote machine. Finally, double-click the file on the remote machine, and FinePrint will load up the same dialog you had on your local machine, all ready to print. Click Print, and you're done.
FinePrint will let you queue up a bunch of print jobs, so you can send them all at once.
A few extra steps, but it's working great for me =)
I don't have any association with FinePrint, except that I've been a user of it for years now and it's a great product that I rarely see suggested for printing dilemmas.