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Hello,

We are concerned about wasted prints in my office.  There is always a stack of papers left by the printers that nobody claims.

Does anyone know of a way to make a print server change that will add a network username to the lower corner of every print job?  I know I can do this at an application level and that some printer drivers support this, but I am looking more for a standard solution on the print server that can be modified at a print device level.  I am using Windows Server 2003.  Perhaps some third party software that might do this?  

Thanks.
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Great, thanks.  Those are the kinds of applications I was hoping for.
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