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Add Valid Access User Code for Ricoh

Posted on 2011-09-12
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Dear,

I actually deploy printers via GPO on my domain computers.

I would to setup automatically the User Code of the user but i didn't find where is stored.
I have a different code for each of my departments

I use the Universal Driver PCL 6 from RICOH (I don't want to use the RPCS Driver).

Could you help me please?

Thanks
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wyliecoyoteuk earned 500 total points
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Sorry, don't know if you can do that, but if your print driver is supported, there is a Ricoh utility called print driver editor, which allows you to change some settings.
One of these allows you to set a pop-up for the code.

It can be downloaded from the ricoh website in the drivers section.
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