This guide describes how to install, configure, and customize Novell® iPrint on NetWare® 6.5 and Novell OES for NetWare. It is intended for network administrators and is divided into the following sections:
Section 1.0, Overview: Introduction to iPrint and its components.
Section 2.0, What’s New: New features in NetWare 6.5 Support Packs.
Section 3.0, Setting Up iPrint on Your Server: Installing server software and configuring your print system.
Section 4.0, Setting Up iPrint on Client Workstations: Distributing and installing client software on workstations and using client utilities.
Section 5.0, Customizing iPrint: Designing custom Web pages that users access to find and install printers.
Section 6.0, Running iPrint in a Virtualized Environment: Running NetWare as a virtual machine.
Section 7.0, Managing Your Print System: Managing your iPrint components.
Section 8.0, Setting Up a Secure Printing Environment: Implementing SSL and access controls for your print system.
Section A.0, Supported Browsers for iPrint: Overview of the supported Web browsers and their available iPrint operations.
Section B.0, Configuring the iPrint HTML Interface: Customizing your HTML pages using the iPrint operations.
Section C.0, Troubleshooting Your Print System: Techniques for troubleshooting your print system.
Section D.0, iPrint Client Version Release List: Lists the different release of the iPrint Client.
This guide is intended for anyone involved in installing, managing, and using iPrint on NetWare.
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For the latest version of the Novell OES iPrint Administration Guide for NetWare, visit the Novell Open Enterprise Server documentation Web site.
Novell iPrint also is available for Linux*. For more information, see the OES 2 SP2: iPrint for Linux Administration Guide.
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