Print Optimizing Snap-in for the Microsoft Management Console
ThinPrint’s new Feature Release 1 lets you conveniently configure the Printer Virtualization Layer (V-Layer)
Many companies want to centralize their printer management on one print server and also install and manage printer drivers at this one location. This can be achieved – for some time now – with the Printer Virtualization Layer from ThinPrint. The printer drivers are installed and managed on the central print server exclusively, and a ThinPrint Output Gateway (Driver Free Printing) necessary for the process to function is automatically connected by the system with the Feature Release 1. ThinPrint now offers the Feature Release 1 for simplifying printer setup and administration. Instead of requiring the individual printers to be entered in the command line or script-guided as before, a convenient snap-in allows you to perform the configuration directly in the Microsoft Management Console.
“The FR 1 makes the work substantially easier for our customers with a large printer landscape, another important feature for simplifying the system administration,” says Charlotte Kunzell, Senior Vice President at ThinPrint.
The Feature Release 1 feature is available free for .print customers with a valid Update Subscription, and included in the price for new customers. Technical requirements are a central print server with Windows Server 2003 SP 1 and MMC 3.0, Windows Server 2003 SP 2 or Windows Server 2008.
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