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(ScriptLogic) Mapping printers to individual users

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I am trying to configure SL so that specific printers can be mapped to specific users.  I downloaded the Admin Guide but feeling a bit lost going through it.  It won't speficially tell me how exactly to accomplish this.  Any assistance or guidance would be extremely appreciated.
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Hi, I've never used it, but here:
http://www.amtsoftware.com/ScriptLogic/docs/Screenshots

under the ScriptLogic Printer Management section, you can add your printer, then I would suspect that according to here:
http://www.amtsoftware.com/ScriptLogic/docs/Validation-Logic

you could then use the Validation Logic to assign that printer a username or group membership.

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Rob.
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Thank you for the info.  Very useful
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