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So this is probably an issue with the difference in Ghostscript versions between OS revisions. See this question for some tips and analysis of another environment. You'll want to break this down into steps. The lp job submission is fine, but you want to understand where the ghostscript process breaks down. I also work with high volume unattended production ...
Either you can set some access control list on your printer, or you need to firewall it somehow, or move it to another subnet, or even directly connect it to your server. All of those options work, and highly depend on your infrastructure.
Answering an old question to build reputation points :P This VBS opens and prints a word doc: Set objWord = CreateObject("Word.Application") Set objDoc = objWord.Documents.Open("c:\scripts\inventory.doc") objDoc.PrintOut() objWord.Quit This VBS loops through files in a folder: Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") objStartFolder = ...
Printing defaults can be set on the printer in print management on the print server. I've always done this by right-clicking the printer and selecting "Set Printing Defaults...". Everything set here is supposed to propagate to any connected clients, including paper selection, duplex, etc. as the default print settings. By "Default" I mean that's what the ...
Accordigg to this PDF titled: Xerox Standing Accounting: Tracking Usage by Service Customer Tip it isn't possible. Linux PPD Operating System The ability to prompt for a UserID for specific services does not currently exist in the Linux print driver. The stated Linux procedure uses existing functionality. For those customers who would like to ...
Go to the Control Panel -> "Network and Sharing Center" and pick the "Change advanced sharing settings" link in the left pane. Under "Domain" profiles, make sure Network Discovery is turned off:
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