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I'm looking for a software that can set up a quota for each user to print on a network printer, each month. It needs to integrate with the users defined in Active Directory.
Is there such a solution, or if absolutely not, what other similar print management tools (which are based on quotas) are available that you know?
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I think this is exactly what you want:

http://www.sunbelt-software.com/printmanagerplus.cfm

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That was EXACTLY what I wanted. GREAT!
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