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Print Footer on 2003 R2 Print Server

Posted on 2010-11-17
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Hello everyone,

I have been having an issue with people printing things and not picking them up or printing from a website and having many more pages print than needed. I was wondering if anyone had a work around for either printing a footer at the bottom of every page with a user name and/or limiting printing from the web, or even creating a page limit for printed jobs?

I have a 2003R2 domain with both XP and Win 7 clients and many printers GPO's are being used. It's a school environment.

Thank You ahead of time
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go for software like papercut

i use it in college

http://www.papercut.com/
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Thanks I will look into this, does anyone know of something similar that is Open Source?
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see a similar post keep a track
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Have you gone ahead with papercut? Did you come across many other options. I didn't do much research before I started using papercut - but serves the purpose. I was wondering if you came across anything better
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