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iPrint, PCounter, and Chromebooks (oh my!)

I'm looking for a print accounting system that will work with Chromebooks, and that doesn't cost tens of thousands of dollars.

We've used PCounter in the past (in the days of Netware) to account/control printing, now I'm looking for a 2019 version of this solution to work with Chromebooks... either via Google Cloud Print, iPrint, or whatever. As of right now, the only solutions I can find is a solution from Papercut or using Everyone Print along with PCounter.

Has anyone used PCounter with iPrint and Chromebooks? If so, what has your experience been like?



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Yes, PaperCut is probably the easiest to use and best value for money. Unfortunately AND Technologies didn't see the value in continuing their support - however PaperCut do a good job and understand life outside MS. They get linux.
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