The following changes and enhancements were added to iPrint for NetWare 6.5:
Multi-select printer icons and simultaneous property modifications.
Set printer driver default properties such as paper size, orientation, color, collate, etc.
Set an attribute on a printer so that after it is installed, the printer is removed from the workstation upon the next reboot.
Obtain a list of printers from the Print Manager without authenticating.
View and manage retained print jobs and remove or set holds on print jobs. See Managing Print Jobs.
Added links to Novell Remote Manager for Broker Health and Print Manager Health
Added a tab for XP Driver support.
Move printer agents to a different Print Manager. See Moving Printer Agents to Another Print Manager on NetWare.
Load and unload the Print Manager and Broker from iManager.
Complete printer control (startup/shutdown, pause/resume input and output, etc.). See Managing Printer Agents.
Added a page to edit the Gateway load commands for a printer agent. See Modifying the Printer’s Gateway Load Commands
Manage printers from the command line. See Section 4.6.4, Implementing iPrint by Using DOS Commands.
Install printers on a Windows NT/2000/XP workstation without having Power User or Administrator rights. See Setting Up iPrint on Client Workstations.
Set a proxy server for iPrint. See Using a Proxy Server.
Set up iPrint to run on terminal servers. See Setting Up iPrint on Terminal Servers.
When an updated iPrint client is released, you can control how workstations are automatically updated. See Section 4.3, Updating the iPrint Client.
Create a printer pool. See Section 7.1.3, Setting Up Printer Pooling.
View auditing information on a per user or printer basis. See Section 7.1.4, Using Print Auditing.
Integrated with the NetIdentity client.
Redesigned iPrint Printer List Web page. See http://server_IP_ address_or_dns_name/ipp.
iPrint runs on the Apache Web Server.
iPrint information and links available from the NetWare 6.5 Welcome page (http://server_IP_address).
You can bind to network interface cards other than the primary card for the Broker and Print Manager and their services.
You can create an Installed Printer Name Profile to show a shorter installed printer name. See Creating a Short Printer Name Profile.
Display SNMP traps from the Novell Gateway using Novell Remote Manager.
A command line switch, /NOADVERT, has been added to the Broker to turn off SRS advertising.
The Print Manager database does an automatic backup five minutes after the creation of a Printer Agent.
A command line switch, /NOSRS, has been added to the Print Manager to turn off SRS advertising.
You can shut down and restart a printer agent using the Print Manager Health Monitor in Novell Remote Manager.
You create reports about your print system using the Print Manager Health Monitor in Novell Remote Manager. See Using the Print Manager Health Monitor.
The Print Manager uses the server’s IP address by default, if a DNS name is not assigned to the Print Manager using the /dnsname=DNS_name command line switch.
You must authenticate before accessing the Print Manager Health Monitor.
The Novell Gateway is the default gateway when creating a new Printer.
You can load and unload the Broker or Print Manager from Novell iManager.