If you have another tag printer and can connect it to the computer, your answer is yes. The tag printer you would want to use should be connected to the USB port and then set up the same way you would any other normal printer on the computer side. If windows, easy enough, "Start" >>"Control Panel" >> Printers or Devices and Printers" >>Add printer. Once you select your newly installed printer as the default instead of what I expect to be a "network printer" you should be in business. See the following URL for the technical guide for installation and setup of the printer.
Please let me know if you need anything else! :)
So your actual hardware is not on-site, IE remote into the terminal you are printing from? That is a matter of changing the redirect to allow your "local" resources to be used in place or in parallel to the "remote" resources already present. See the following URL for that information.
TO access the Group Policy Management Console, you will need Windows Remote Admin Tools installed, they can be found at the following: