HP Secure printing so one user cannot pickup another users prints without authorisation/code input

We have an array of HP printers in our office. Most are HPLJ 4345, LJ4349, 500C. 200C.
I work in a Windows AD environment with Win servers and Win 10 pcs. Is it possible so that when as user sends a print to a shared printer they have to put a code in the physical printer to recover the document? With GDPR fast approaching we need to assure that one user doesn't pick up sensitive data of another. Please advise.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
can't be done.. you will have to task someone that only has access to the printer to distribute the output or print within the secured area.
William FulksSystems Analyst & WebmasterCommented:
Many printers let you put in security codes to require BEFORE printing to them, but if you're talking about physical document security that's just not possible unless you hire somebody to guard the printer. If it is that big a deal, you may want to install more printers, as you can get some small cheaper laser printers these days for just a couple hundred bucks.
wcgplcAuthor Commented:

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wcgplcAuthor Commented:
Was correct
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
once the job has started printing ANYONE can simply pull out the sheets as printed, so the user would have to walk to the printer then authorize the print job and wait at the printer until it completes then take the printed output.. being careful to not grab any printouts before their job started
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