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Looking for Printing software management

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I have a 400 users on a Windows 2003 infrastructure network with about 45 network printer/copier. I'm looking for a printer software management that monitor print jobs at the same time monitor in real time printer health like low toner, page count, bad fuser etc. Do you know any good software out there that can do that?

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Are these printers all the same brand? or mostly the same? If so, i would check with them Dell and HP have great managment software. Else i would look into http://www.printaudit.com/   ive used it and have little to complain about. A ton of solutions out there for you though.
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They are 85% Kyocera and the rest are HP and 1 Sharp MX7000
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