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Auditing Print Jobs

Posted on 2008-10-17
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I have been tasked with setting up auditing of print jobs from a specific group of users (all are in AD). The information that needs to be collected is User Name, Printer job was sent to, number of pages in print job, date, time. How can I capture this info from an audit? The purpose is so my employer can track/ charge non employees for excessive printing over the course of the year.

Server is 2008 X64 std and clients are XP Pro SP3
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