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iPrint auditing

I have been using pcounter for many years but when I installed suse11 sp4 I cant use pcounter. When I try to install it I get an error Failed dependencies: libdsildap.so.1() (64bit) is needed.
Did I install someting wrong?
Also pcounter is not longer supported for novell/suse. Is there anoter that will work in it place. Or can I regulate how many pages a user can print each week in iPrint manager?

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Dave.
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dmiller Wrote in message:

> I have been using pcounter for many years but when I installed suse11
> sp4 I cant use pcounter. When I try to install it I get an error Failed
> dependencies: libdsildap.so.1() (64bit) is needed.
> Did I install someting wrong?
> Also pcounter is not longer supported for novell/suse. Is there anoter
> that will work in it place. Or can I regulate how many pages a user can
> print each week in iPrint manager?


I'm not sure about Pcounter support for regular SLES but Pcounter
is not supported with OES11 SP1 or later (and note OES11 SP1
installs on top of SLES11 SP2 so support for SLES11 SP4
...).

As for a replacement product, most people seem to be having
success for PaperCut who have a good working relationship with
Novell/Micro Focus.

HTH.
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Simon Flood
Micro Focus (Novell/NetIQ) Knowledge Partner


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