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iprint - OES 2015 SP1: Installation Guide
28 Jun 2017 ...iprint - OES 2015 SP1: Installation Guide. docmain.css" /> B.3 iprint Attribute Name Description ldap_server Specify the IP or DNS name of the LDAP server that is used for authentication by iPrint during secure printing and management operations. Example:

Novell iPrint - OES 2018: Release Notes
23 Jun 2017 ...2 iprint iprint 4096 Jun 15 13:46 backup/ -rw-r--r-- 1 iprint iprint 224 Jun 15 13:46 xarchive.001 -rw-r--r-- 1 iprint iprint 12152 Jun 15 13:46 xmgrcfg.ks2 -rw-r--r-- 1 iprint iprint 268 Jun 15 19:51 xmgrcfg.ks3 All the permissions are modified to 'iprint'.

iPrint Clustering in a DSfW Environment - OES 2018: Domain Services for Windows Administration Guide
23 Jun 2017 ...iPrint Clustering in a DSfW Environment - OES 2018: Domain Services for Windows Administration Guide. docmain.css" /> 21.3 iPrint Clustering in a DSfW Environment Section 21.3.1, iPrint Clustering on NSS Clusters 21.3.1 iPrint Clustering on NSS Clusters

Special Handling for iPrint on DSfW - OES 2018: Domain Services for Windows Administration Guide
23 Jun 2017 ...Printing iPrint supports both secure and non-secure printing. For non-secure printing, users do not need to be authenticated in order to install and access printers made available through iPrint. They simply use iPrint’s browser-based tool to find a

Setting Up iPrint - OES 2018: Domain Services for Windows Administration Guide
23 Jun 2017 ...Setting Up iPrint - OES 2018: Domain Services for Windows Administration Guide. docmain.css" /> 21.1 Setting Up iPrint With Domain Services for Windows, you set up iPrint in the same way as for any OES Linux installation. For instructions on how to install

Upgrading iPrint to OES - OES 2015 SP1: Upgrading to OES—Best Practices Guide
23 Jun 2017 ...Set up iPrint on OES. Deploy iPrint agents to workstations. The OES Migration Tool is available to copy a NetWare-based iPrint/NDPS environment to an OES iPrint infrastructure. This allows for a phased parallel installation approach to an OES upgrade with

Planning to Upgrade iPrint to OES - OES 2015 SP1: Upgrading to OES—Best Practices Guide
23 Jun 2017 ...than DNS, Novell recommends deploying the iPrint agent to all of the workstations and changing the existing iPrint managers to a DNS configuration. This will allow you to convert to iPrint in OES without having to revisit the workstations. If you use DNS,

Platform Differences in iPrint - OES 2015 SP1: Upgrading to OES—Best Practices Guide
23 Jun 2017 ...Platform Differences in iPrint - OES 2015 SP1: Upgrading to OES—Best Practices Guide. docmain.css" /> 6.2 Platform Differences in iPrint There are two basic differences between iPrint on NetWare and iPrint on OES, neither of which should impact your

About iPrint - OES 2015 SP1: Upgrading to OES—Best Practices Guide
23 Jun 2017 ...About iPrint - OES 2015 SP1: Upgrading to OES—Best Practices Guide. docmain.css" /> 6.1 About iPrint The currently supported Novell print service, iPrint, is a greatly enhanced version of NDPS that is: Completely IP-based and platform independent on

iPrint - OES 2015 SP1: Planning and Implementation Guide
23 Jun 2017 ...installed and configured as it is in the Novell Linux Desktop. For more information, see Linux: iPrint Client in the OES 2015 SP1: iPrint Linux Administration Guide . 6.8.6 iPrint Disables CUPS Printing on the OES Server iPrint uses CUPS to render print

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