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I cannot get a remote printer (via printserver) Ipaddress on a HPUX 11.00 to print more than 1 copy or a Banner prints everything else ok!!
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If you're using the lp command it should just need the option "-n number_of_copies"

If you're using the Distributed Print Service (pdpr), the same option should work. However, the system administrator may have used pdset to restrict the maximum number of copies that can be sent to remote printers.

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See comment trail - man pdset for more info
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I'm sorry you weren't happy with my answer. However, you didn't have to accept it - A rejection with some feedback/additional detail on the problem (e.g. whether you were using pdpr) and what you had already tried would have given us more to work with.

Please don't be put off using the site - There are other HP-UX experts here who might have been able to give you more than my "initial" response.

Regards, Tim

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