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iPrint push / acl / access denie

we have iPrint on nw655, all patches installed above, but not nw65sp6 !

what must i do to push the specified iPrint Printer to the specified
client/user/group of user

how can i denie access to the specified iprint printer ( like nds
rights ?)

how can i denie access to the web site http:/servername/ipp


we dont want the user to open the website, the user is not allowed to get
a printer from the website/ install a printer what he want ( like color
laser printer ) and how can i capture the lpt to a new iprinter?

at the moment all user do printing work with queue based printing, that
works fine


benjamin



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Re: iPrint push / acl / access denie

If you don't want users to load the default page, you could simply rename the htm file associated with the default page. The URL http://<server_IP_or_DNS_Name>/ipp gets redirected to apache2/htdocs/ippdocs/pcontrol.htm in the servers apache directory. You could either remove/rename this file.. OR make a new pcontrol.htm that would give a message indicating that it is invalid to install printers via the website..

Printer security via iPrint is done with secure printing. You would have to enable ssl/tls on each iPrint printer. This would force the ACL list (nds rights)

Pushing iPrint printers is done via iCM or iPrint Client Management. There should be a tab in iManager to configure printer and client settings for iPrint. iCM was provided as an add on prior to the NW65.sp6 release. It would be easiest to install NW65.sp6 to get this functionality. HOWEVER, I would make sure to get the NDPSM and NDPSGW patches as well...!!



>>> <privacy@me.com> 2/15/2007 12:58 PM >>>

we have iPrint on nw655, all patches installed above, but not nw65sp6 !

what must i do to push the specified iPrint Printer to the specified
client/user/group of user

how can i denie access to the specified iprint printer ( like nds
rights ?)

how can i denie access to the web site http:/servername/ipp


we dont want the user to open the website, the user is not allowed to get
a printer from the website/ install a printer what he want ( like color
laser printer ) and how can i capture the lpt to a new iprinter?

at the moment all user do printing work with queue based printing, that
works fine


benjamin
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iPrint push / acl / access denie

If you don't want users to load the default page, you could simply rename
the htm file associated with the default page. The URL
http://<server_IP_or_DNS_Name>/ipp gets redirected to
apache2/htdocs/ippdocs/pcontrol.htm in the servers apache directory.
You could either remove/rename this file.. OR make a new pcontrol.htm
that would give a message indicating that it is invalid to install
printers via the website..

Printer security via iPrint is done with secure printing. You would have
to enable ssl/tls on each iPrint printer. This would force the ACL list
(nds rights)

Pushing iPrint printers is done via iCM or iPrint Client Management.
There should be a tab in iManager to configure printer and client settings
for iPrint. iCM was provided as an add on prior to the NW65.sp6
release. It would be easiest to install NW65.sp6 to get this
functionality. HOWEVER, I would make sure to get the NDPSM and NDPSGW
patches as well...!!


> we have iPrint on nw655, all patches installed above, but not nw65sp6 !
>
> what must i do to push the specified iPrint Printer to the specified
> client/user/group of user
>
> how can i denie access to the specified iprint printer ( like nds
> rights ?)
>
> how can i denie access to the web site http:/servername/ipp
>
>
> we dont want the user to open the website, the user is not allowed to

get
> a printer from the website/ install a printer what he want ( like color
> laser printer ) and how can i capture the lpt to a new iprinter?
>
> at the moment all user do printing work with queue based printing, that
> works fine
>
>
> benjamin
>
>
>


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