Require client's employee number to print in color on network printers

Hello all,
I am a new network admin. At my last employer, users were required to enter their employee number into an input box when they were trying to print color. I would like to investigate this for implementation at my current employer, but searching has not yielded any results. Can anyone point me in the right direction on where I can find more information, i.e. search keywords?

We are using a telnet server running Windows Server '03 (upgrading soon).

thanks!
Brandon
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Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
How to record color printing by user or department is completely dependent on the specifics of the make and model of printer.
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FilonowstAuthor Commented:
Thanks! I was looking on the print server side.
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