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Release Print Job on Hold

Is there an easier way to release print jobs that are automatically put
on hold? I am going through iManager to release them, but I was hoping
there was a faster way - I tried to right click the printer in my
printer folder and restart the print job, but I get "Access Denied". If
there is a faster method, I would appreciate the tips.
"If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you'ce always gotten"
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IS the pritner set as secure printer or not?
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It is not.

Marcel Cox wrote:
> IS the pritner set as secure printer or not?
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"If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you'ce always gotten"
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You might create a direct link to the NRM screen for the printer status. That would allow selecting the printer directly without going through the whole iManager menu structure.
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Not sure what you mean by NRM screen.

Marcel Cox wrote:
> You might create a direct link to the NRM screen for the printer status.
> That would allow selecting the printer directly without going through
> the whole iManager menu structure.
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"If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you'ce always gotten"
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Novell Remote Manager, e.g. the web service https://serveraddress:8009 (assuming a NetWare server). IT contains spaecial status pages for the Broker, the Manager and each printer.
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Ah ha! Thanks.

Marcel Cox wrote:
> Novell Remote Manager, e.g. the web service https://serveraddress:8009
> (assuming a NetWare server). IT contains spaecial status pages for the
> Broker, the Manager and each printer.
>
>

"If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you'ce always gotten"
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