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Customizing Iprint client install?

Is there a way that you can customize an installation of the Iprint client?
When I roll out the client, I want to be able to populate the tray icon
menu link address with the iprint server and turn off the notification
of print jobs.

I found the settings under HKCU, but This is for each user, not for the
workstation. We use Zen7 as well, but there is nothing in the policy for
doing these settings.

I would hate to burn call to novell for them to tell me that it can't be
done.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Customizing Iprint client install?

Yes the settings are for each user. You could push out some registry
settings with ZEN. That should work just fine. Just have the settings
pushed out after the desktop is active when the user logs in.


> Is there a way that you can customize an installation of the Iprint

client?
> When I roll out the client, I want to be able to populate the tray

icon
> menu link address with the iprint server and turn off the notification
> of print jobs.
>
> I found the settings under HKCU, but This is for each user, not for the
> workstation. We use Zen7 as well, but there is nothing in the policy

for
> doing these settings.
>
> I would hate to burn call to novell for them to tell me that it can't

be
> done.


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