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iPrint via eDir with Zenworks Print Policies Conflicts?


SLES 11 sp2, OES11 sp1, Zenworks 11.2.4

If I set iPrint printers to users in eDirectory and say only allow iPrint assigned printers, does this interfere with device assigned iPrint policies through Zenworks? What about the opposite, where Zenworks print policy says to only allow Zenworks assigned printers? In labs, we want the lab printer to be available to anyone who logs in (Zenworks iPrint policy), but allow them to print to other approved printers based on who they are (iPrint/eDirectory), but not see lab printers when they aren't at a lab computer.

I'll run some tests soon, just thought that asking might be quicker and save some time.
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