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Micro Focus iPrint

Micro Focus iPrint allows you to get away from a complex printing environment. Micro Focus iPrint lets mobile employees, business partners, and customers access printers from a variety of remote locations using existing Internet connections, securely across multiple networks and operating systems. Whether users are working in an office building, telecommuting from home, or attending a sales meeting in another country, Micro Focus iPrint ensures that they can print documents quickly, easily, and reliably.

Micro Focus iPrint makes all your printing resources instantly accessible with a web browser. In few mouse clicks you search your printer, download drivers, and create your printer on the workstation, enabling the user to send documents to the printer from any application on the desktop. Companies can also lower communication costs by reducing the need to fax documents between offices; instead, companies can use their existing Internet connections to print documents to remote printers.


  • Uses the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)
  • Provides broad vendor support
  • Provides print data encryption (SSL, TLS)
  • Provides a standard print protocol for all platforms (Linux, Macintosh, Windows)
  • Location-based printing
  • Browser-enabled printer installation interface
  • Secure information transfer


Micro Focus iPrint includes several excellent features. To list some of them are:

  • Client for Linux, Macintosh, and Windows
  • Printer profiles (pre-set printer driver defaults)
  • Auditing
  • Full 64-bit server functionality for Open Enterprise Server 2
  • New migration and consolidation functionality for migrating to Open Enterprise Server 2
  • Enhanced Web-based Enterprise Management (WBEM) functionality
  • Support for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 workstations
  • Browser based health monitoring of the complete print infrastructure
  • Support for a wide range of accounting applications
  • Centralized control of printer installations on Windows workstations (ICM)
  • Load balancing (Printer Pools)
  • Automatic Driver/Profile updates
  • Ability to redirect jobs for a faulty printer to another printer (redirection)
  • Banners
  • Direct printing - Micro Focus iPrint Direct changes the Micro Focus iPrint printers installed on workstations to print directly to the IP address of the printer. The Micro Focus iPrint server is bypassed.


Windows Clients

Micro Focus iPrint Client for Windows 8 - versions 5.86, 5.90

Micro Focus iPrint Client for Windows XP/Vista/Win 7 - versions 5.82, 5.86, 5.90

Macintosh OSX Clients

Mac Lion (OSX 10.7) / Mountain Lion (OSX 10.8) - version 5.72

Mac Leopard (OSX 10.5) / Snow Leopard (OSX 10.6) - version 5.06

Linux Clients

Micro Focus iPrint Client for SLED11 version 5.04

Micro Focus iPrint Client for SLED10 version 4.42

Micro Focus iPrint Client for Linux 4.38

All Clients

Search Micro Focus iPrint client downloads

Product Documentation

Micro Focus iPrint for Linux

NetWare 6.5 documentation

Key Documents

Supported products and devices from Micro Focus iPrint Partners.

Micro Focus iPrint Typical Use Cases

Universal Printer Driver Support

Important TIDs

Micro Focus iPrint and PaperCut: Comprehensive Enterprise Print Management

NetWare Only

Micro Focus iPrint and NDPS Security

NDPS Manager Debug Display

Using the IPP Server Debug Display

Flyers & Brochures

Micro Focus iPrint Product Flyer

Top Ten Reasons to Do All Printing with Micro Focus iPrint


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