The report feature of the Health Monitor lets you generate a report that can be displayed on the screen or saved as a comma-separated-value (.csv) file that can be used in a spreadsheet program.
On the iPrint Manager Health Monitor main page, click> .
Select the information you want included in the report by selecting the corresponding check boxes.
(Optional) If you want to save the report as a file, select thecheck box.
The following are some common reports that you might want to generate:
Printer Configurations. To determine what features are enabled for each Printer Agent, select the following:
SSL Required for iPrint Access
Printer’s Current State. To view the states of the printers and any printer console messages, select the following:
Printer Agent Status
Printer Agent State Reasons
Printing Statistics. To view statistics about your print system, select the following:
Jobs Printed Ever
Jobs Printed Since Load
Jobs Printed Today
Average Job Size Since Load
Average Job Size Today
Gateway Information. To view information about a gateway associated with the Printer Agents including the gateway’s IP address, select the following:
Gateway Load String
Printer Driver Associations. To view the printer drivers associated with each printer, select the following:
Windows 95/98 Driver
Windows NT4 Driver
Windows 2000 Driver
Windows Vista Driver
Windows 7 Driver
Windows 8/8.1/10 Driver
Printer and Printer Agent Associations. Because a Printer Agent can service more than one printer, use theoption to view the number of printers serviced by each Printer Agent.
Creating a Baseline of Your Print System. After your print system is configured, you can create a baseline report by selecting all report items. This baseline report should be saved. Then you can use the report to periodically compare statistics, re-create a Printer Agent, and track changes to your print system.