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iManager accounts for AD users

We have an active Directory Domain and an iPrint 3.0 appliance. Users add printers using their AD credentials via LDAP integration. We would like some users to be able to manage print queues via iManager. I'm new to iPrint so I believe iManager is the way to manage all print queues. Can I have users log onto iManager with their AD credentials? Currently, I can only log in as Admin. I obviously do not want teachers logging in as Admin. Thanks
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Re: iManager accounts for AD users

On 10/05/2017 10:34 PM, mbasso wrote:
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> We have an active Directory Domain and an iPrint 3.0 appliance. Users
> add printers using their AD credentials via LDAP integration. We would
> like some users to be able to manage print queues via iManager. I'm new
> to iPrint so I believe iManager is the way to manage all print queues.



yes for desktop printing. You may need to use the MC console to manage
mobile settings

> Can I have users log onto iManager with their AD credentials?
> Currently, I can only log in as Admin. I obviously do not want teachers
> logging in as Admin. Thanks
>
>


No, you can not. Only local user created on imanager can log in on
iManager. Imported users cna not log in onto iManager. This is a feature
it will come in the future
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Re: iManager accounts for AD users

Thank you.
How best can I create a local user that has rights to delete jobs from printer queues but not have full admin rights?
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Re: iManager accounts for AD users

mbasso;2467628 wrote:
Thank you.
How best can I create a local user that has rights to delete jobs from printer queues but not have full admin rights?


Assign the user operator role for the printer: https://www.novell.com/documentation/oes11/iprint_lx/data/akey2rp.html#hj5p52mq

Thomas
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