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iPrint … slow(er)?

Hi!
Just a … remark. iPrint Appliance. Windows 7 box. When we try to print out from iPrint then we see some delay to accessing iPrint printer, meaning, when – for instance – in Word or Outlook 2010 we open a printing dialog and scroll between pages presented then using iPrint printer there is a notable delay in scrolling and some “accessing printer” etc. info appear in between. Using MS printserver driven printer … don’t see such a delay. Sure, can’t say which accessing speed is provided for iPrint comparing to MS nor on which hardware is installed, but … have anyone seen this kind of delay? One thing is sure, MS printing is build-up wo any identification, meaning any fool may print to any printer, iPrint (setup by me) is of course using identification and secure printing to not allow anyone to print.
There is also a delay printing start, comparing.
Any ideas?
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NovAlf;2314941 wrote:
Hi!
Just a … remark. iPrint Appliance. Windows 7 box. When we try to print out from iPrint then we see some delay to accessing iPrint printer, meaning, when – for instance – in Word or Outlook 2010 we open a printing dialog and scroll between pages presented then using iPrint printer there is a notable delay in scrolling and some “accessing printer” etc. info appear in between. Using MS printserver driven printer … don’t see such a delay. Sure, can’t say which accessing speed is provided for iPrint comparing to MS nor on which hardware is installed, but … have anyone seen this kind of delay? One thing is sure, MS printing is build-up wo any identification, meaning any fool may print to any printer, iPrint (setup by me) is of course using identification and secure printing to not allow anyone to print.
There is also a delay printing start, comparing.
Any ideas?
More thanks, Alar.


Hi Alar!
There are some TIDs about that, have you looked through them?

https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7014730
https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7014659
https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7009731

Thomas
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On 10/04/2014 09:56, NovAlf wrote:

> Just a � remark. iPrint Appliance. Windows 7 box. When we try to print
> out from iPrint then we see some delay to accessing iPrint printer,
> meaning, when � for instance � in Word or Outlook 2010 we open a
> printing dialog and scroll between pages presented then using iPrint
> printer there is a notable delay in scrolling and some �accessing
> printer� etc. info appear in between. Using MS printserver driven
> printer � don�t see such a delay. Sure, can�t say which accessing speed
> is provided for iPrint comparing to MS nor on which hardware is
> installed, but � have anyone seen this kind of delay? One thing is sure,
> MS printing is build-up wo any identification, meaning any fool may
> print to any printer, iPrint (setup by me) is of course using
> identification and secure printing to not allow anyone to print.
> There is also a delay printing start, comparing.
> Any ideas?


Which version of the iPrint Appliance - 1.0 or 1.0.1?

HTH.
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Simon
Novell Knowledge Partner

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Hi and thanks!
1.0.1.69.
Alar.
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Re: iPrint … slow(er)?

Hi and thanks!
Well, maybe this HP UPD is what ... interfere here. Not sure which drivers do use they on via MS printserver. Mostly I do use, yes, universal. Mh. Probably worth to try MS "original"? But, certainly we don't use at this point UPD 5.8, but lesser.
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