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i have a XP machine on the network which is acting as printer server, all the users on the network has accessed to this printer.
i wanted to know if there is any way i can check who has the used the printer to print the last copy?
please advise.

 
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To enable logging to the system event log do the following:
To stop logging this information event

   1. In Control Panel, open Printers and Faxes.
   2. On the File menu, click Server Properties.
   3. On the Advanced tab, select the Log spooler information events check box.
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