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icm with Iprint appliance and AD environment

Currently we are having no luck getting icm to work in our environment.
We have set up and configured the iprint appliance (v1.0.377.2) and have several printers working.
Installing from the ipp page is working no problems. We also have our AD synced to the appliance and all our users and computers are now in edir.

We have configured the ICM for a test machine (windows 7) and on the test machine we have iprint client installed (v5.9).
We have also enabled ICM and set the PSM address on the client.

As I understand it an ICM results box is supposed to show during log in and a log is supposed to be written to c:/ndps/ .
Neither are happening.

While reading around I also found this.

I have looked around in imanager but can’t work out where to set these rights.

Any ideas what Ive missed?
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Hi there. This does work and I have it working with my iPrint Appliance in my lab against a Windows 8 desktop. I haven't tried it against a Windows 7 desktop but cannot see why it won't work.

THe documentation you need to follow is here: as mentioned above in your post but also here

I assigned a printer to an AD User and as long as the client is installed on the desktop it will fetch and install the drivers and printer when the user logs in.

Let me know how you get on - happy to help / assist with some screen shots or share my setup.
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