PCounter - Processing Multiple jobs setting

Posted on 2009-04-29
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
We use PCounter to charge print jobs to the appropriate clients and have recently upgraded to v. 2.51.
In order to stop from having to select a client multiple times within an Excel spreadsheet we'd changed/added a setting into the .ini on each of the terminal servers to allow to 'Process Multiple jobs' (See code below).
Since the 2.51 upgrade this global setting is no longer working.  And our users are having to re'tick their local 'process multiple jobs' setting each time they log in if they want it to work.

Does anyone know whats changed?  How can I fix this?

WindowTitle=Print job billing




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Question by:bosshognz
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    Fixed my own problem.  Added /pmj into the target line of the shortcut to ppopup.  This turned Process Multiple Jobs on for all users.

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