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iPrint Printer Conversion



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If you were at BrainShare 2004 in Salt Lake City and attended TUT227 you saw how these scripts can help you move clients from QMS, NDPS, MS share or local printing to iPrint. The working example scripts will show you how easily you can do this without end users even knowing that you moved them to the best printing solution available.

The details of what to do with the scripts are all included in the readme.txt file.

We were overwhelmed by the response we got at BrainShare for these tools. There have been many calls since BrainShare asking where these tools will be made available. Enjoy!

BrainShare presentation:

Session ID Title Speakers
TUT227 Novell iPrint Implementation and Configuration

Novell iPrint provides a robust, user-friendly service for installing and using network printing devices. In order to optimize iPrint implementation, it is important to fully understand organizational printing needs. This session will help attendees learn how to assess printing needs and plan iPrint deployments to best address these needs. Participants will also learn about various solutions to help with migrating from traditional printing environments to iPrint.

Session Benefits:

  • Learn how to implement Novell iPrint.
  • Discover various iPrint configuration techniques.
  • Understand the advanced capabilities of iPrint.

Type: Technical Tutorials

 
Bob Ross
iPrint Engineering,
Novell, Inc.
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