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Managing printers?

Hi,

We are starting to use Imanager to manage Iprint and also to establish Role
Based Services.
We have determined a group with Supervisor rights to the tree.
The members of that group were not the ones to create the printers in the
first place.
This members in this group are all RBS Collection Owners.
This group was determined manager to the NDPS MANAGER and to the BROKER.
When I try to manage a printer through Imanager. And hit the access control
tab. I get Exception reading Iprint ACL. You have insuficient rights for
this operation.

To be able to manage the access control for each printer I have to either
add this group to the 198 printers I have or all create them anew... All
this does is put the user in the printer manager...
I tought that by being manager of the NDPS manager would allow me to manage
each printer...
Any Idea what I am doing wrong? Or of any work around?


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Re: Managing printers?

I'll investigate



Suzanne Miles
Volunteer Sysop, Novell Support Connection
http://support.novell.com/forums/
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Re: Managing printers?

What are the exact steps you are doing from start to finish? All I
had to do was add my group as a supervisor to the tree. Then I open iManager
as a member of that group. I can add users to the Access Control tab of all
printers in my tree without an error.

So either I am missing something or this has been fixed with
NW65SP3.


Suzanne Miles
Volunteer Sysop, Novell Support Connection
http://support.novell.com/forums/
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