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Iprint job history

Hello,

I want to see what is the print history of a PA. And then not how many jobs
there are printed but how wich user print what kind of print job.

I am runnig Netware 65 sp 5.

Thank you for your help.

Greatings

Roel Knippen
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You are going to want to look at the Auditing feature of the Print
Manager. You can either set this up individually on specific Printer
Object, or if you manage the Print Manager Object - Printer Agent tab,
there is a way you can set auditing on multiple printers at once.

Once auditing is set, you use NRM or the Health Monitor to view and
configure auditing. You go to the Heatlh Monitor - NDPS Print Manager
health, Advanced options, auditing. Configuring allows you to set up
maximum numbers of logs, and what criteria to determine a log rotation.
The logs are written in CSV format, so you can export them to a
spreadsheet and do your own thing...

Look at section "6.1.4 Using Print Auditing" in the OES documentation
under iPrint Administration, Managing your Print System, Managing the
Print Manager

> Hello,
>
> I want to see what is the print history of a PA. And then not how many

jobs
> there are printed but how wich user print what kind of print job.
>
> I am runnig Netware 65 sp 5.
>
> Thank you for your help.
>
> Greatings
>
> Roel Knippen


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