c# barcode generator example Figure 12-9 Enabling printer pooling in Visual C#

Encode QR in Visual C# Figure 12-9 Enabling printer pooling

Figure 12-9 Enabling printer pooling
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You need to share only the printer for which you enabled printer pooling. The reason is that any print jobs submitted to that shared printer will be sent to the first available printer in the printer pool. If you share individual printers in the printer pool, users can print to a specific printer, bypassing the pool.
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Configuring Printer Priorities
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When several documents are in a printer queue, you can use printer priorities to print higherpriority documents before lower-priority ones. For example, you could use this capability to
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Lesson 1: Managing Printers
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allow documents printed by members of the Managers group to print before documents printed by members of the Employees group. To configure printer priorities, follow these steps: 1. Install the printer that will have multiple priorities. Then, install the same printer again using the same port. You should have one logical printer for each priority level you need, even though you have only a single physical printer. You will assign each of the logical printers a different priority level. 2. In Server Manager, right-click one of the logical printers, and then choose Properties. The printer properties dialog box appears. 3. Click the Advanced tab and specify a priority for the logical printer. All print jobs sent to a higher-priority logical printer will print before any lower-priority logical printer begins to print its jobs. The highest priority is 99; the lowest is 1. 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each of the logical printers. 5. Connect higher-priority users to the higher-priority logical printer and lower-priority users to the lower-priority logical printer. Configure printer permissions to restrict access to specific groups. Although higher-priority print jobs are always placed above lower-priority print jobs in the print queue, after a print job begins printing, it cannot be interrupted. For example, if a user prints a 100-page document to a low-priority logical printer and no higher-priority documents are in the print queue, the printer immediately begin printing the document. If another user then submits a higher-priority print job, the 100-page low-priority document will finish printing before the higher-priority document is printed.
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If you install the Internet Printing role service, you can manage printers by using a Web browser to visit the URL http://<ServerName>/Printers. As shown in Figure 12-10, the Web page lists the printers shared by a server and their current status.
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Figure 12-10 Managing printers from a Web browser
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Managing Printers
Click a printer to view more detailed information about that printer, including the current print queue, and to pause, resume, or cancel printing. As shown in Figure 12-11, clicking Connect prompts the user to install the printer if it is not already installed. To connect to the printer, Internet Explorer must be configured to allow add-ons to run. Connecting to a printer using a Web browser is convenient for guests, but you should use Group Policy settings to configure printers for client computers that you manage. For more information, read Deploying Printers with Group Policy later in this lesson. To connect directly to a printer shared with Internet printing, provide the URL in the format http://<ServerName>/Printers/<PrinterName>/.printer.
Figure 12-11 Installing a printer from a Web browser
Generating Notifications
You can use custom filters to generate e-mail notifications or to automatically run scripts when specific conditions are met on a printer. For example, you could send an e-mail to a printer administrator when a printer is out of paper or jammed. First, create a custom filter by following these steps: 1. In Server Manager, right-click Roles\Print Services\Print Management\Custom Filters, and then choose Add New Printer Filter. The New Printer Filter Wizard appears.
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2. On the Printer Filter Name And Description page, type a name for the filter, and then click Next. 3. On the Define A Printer Filter page, configure the Filter Criteria, one row at a time, as described here: Field Defines the criteria being compared. The most useful Field is Queue Status, which indicates the printer s current state. Condition Conditions vary depending on the value you select for Field, but they can be is exactly, is not exactly, begins with, contains, and many others. Value The value the Field and Condition must match for a printer to meet the filter criteria. 4. When you have configured the filter criteria, click Next. Figure 12-12 shows a filter criteria that would match only shared printers with paper jams with a location beginning with Boston.
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