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Monitoring print usage on our network

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I want to monitor the usage of a couple of printers on our network. One is attached to a PC and shared (HP laserjet 1100)and the other is a dedicated network printer (HP Laserjet 4000 series).

I realise this can be done by using auditing on the server but I find this a long winded system.

Can anybody recommend any 3rd party apps (either free or low priced) that may be abe to help me out?
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Have a look at

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Printers/Q_21808269.html

And maybe wyliecoyoteuk should get the points!
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hdhondt
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Many thanks
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