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Windows PrintServer

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I need to log all printed documents throughout the company

i have installed a Microsoft Windows event log -Unified connector and enabled the logging of the printing on the server (Error, operational and informational)

now i am getting the event when a person sends a file for printing but my problem is i do not see the document name and the printer name.

do i need to develop a flex connector or there is a turn around?

one more question is the above setting is for network printers what about personal printers connected through USB ports

do i have to log the PC where the printer is connected ?

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Re: Windows PrintServer

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Hi,

The below thread discuss about the same issue

https://protect724.hp.com/message/40394#40394

Rgds,

Sahaya

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Re: Windows PrintServer

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Hi,

Can you check if the fields are getting mapped under additional data ? if yes you may want to proceed with Additional data mapping.

Rgds,

Sahaya

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Re: Windows PrintServer

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Hi,

The below thread discuss about the same issue

https://protect724.hp.com/message/40394#40394

Rgds,

Sahaya

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