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Do windows 7 and above devices give any clues on what documents a user sent to a printer, and if so where on the file system or registry would this evidence reside?
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When enabled the print spooler will log this information to the Windows Event log.

https://www.techwalla.com/articles/how-to-check-printing-history
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Click "Start," type "eventvwr” (without quotation marks) in the Search box and press “Enter.” Expand “Applications and Services Logs,” and then expand “Microsoft.” Click the “Operational” log. If enabled, you should see a list of print jobs and print events,
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does anyone know which of the evt files these events would live in, as all we have is copies of the evt files and there are several from the config folder
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