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Does iPrint Appliance support multi Windows Render ??

HI All
I have tested basically iprint function, but I have a question that windows render process pdf and microsoft office files...its loading should heavy.
Does iPrint appliance could support deploy multi windows render for loading share ??
if the answer is Yes, which render do iPrint determine print job send to ??

thanks!!

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Re: Does iPrint Appliance support multi Windows Render ??

wyldkao wrote:

> Does iPrint appliance could support deploy multi windows render for
> loading share ??


Absolutely. You can have has many Windows renderers as you'd like, and
in fact it's recommended to use multiple renderers if you have a large
environment doing a lot of mobile printing.

> if the answer is Yes, which render do iPrint determine print job send
> to ??


When you add a Windows renderer it will automatically register certain
file types as being supported, and the appliance will automatically
send those file types to the Windows renderer instead of using the
local one. If you have multiple Windows renderer, I believe the
appliance uses a "round robin" technique to load balance the jobs.

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