It’s quite common to see PaperCut running alongside and complementing other applications such as web based filtering and virus protection applications. These web filtering applications tend to integrate in with proxy servers in a similar way to that undertaken by PaperCut’s Internet Quota module. Mark from Temple Christian College has been kind enough to contribute […]
It’s been a while since my last blog … so I thought I’d make do an update on my series about configuring Squid proxy. This time I’m going to concentrate on SquidNT, which is a version of Squid compiled for Windows, that come with some useful helpers to allow authentication with Windows and Active Directory. […]
I few weeks back I said I’d write something about how to deploy the User Inquiry Tool using a “zero-install” methods. I have updated the knowledge base with some instructions on how to deploy the UIT.
There are about 250,000 members of SpreadFirefox, and we’re currently 10th in the SpreadFirefox rollcall. It probably won’t last long … and it might not happen again … but here’s proof.
Pierre, one of our PaperCut users from France, has been working with us to track down a few bugs in our page count detection associated with Canon PCL drivers. Unfortunately the Canon IR series printers extend the standard PCL print language and driver output by adding custom binary header and extra data spread throughout the […]
I’ve never heard of Kim Komando, but apparently she’s a radio show host in the US with a huge following. On the weekend she recommended our free tool, emailStripper. emailStripper strips those annoying >>>>> characters from emails that have been forwarded too many times. We wrote emailStripper about 5 years ago and its popularity never […]
I’ve just written a quick KB article explaining how to keep PaperCut running trouble free. PaperCut has been around since 1999 and has proven to be a robust and reliable system. Most of the problems that come about are generally related to system or network changes (us technical people just can’t resist “fiddling” when everything […]
PaperCut Software Pty. Ltd. has decided to start making annual donations to a number of open source or community projects. We use a number of open source tools here at PaperCut Software to build our software and run our networks. Some examples include: Inno Setup – used to build PaperCut’s installer Apache – to run […]
We at PaperCut are huge fans of the Mozilla Firefox web browser, and the Mozilla Thunderbird email client. We all use these products internally everyday. Not only do they provide a great user experience, you’re not as susceptible to the viruses and spyware that plague the Microsoft products. If you’re not using these products now […]
OK, the blog is back looking quite close to what it used to. Chris’ blog is still running the old style, if you want to compare the differences. I’ve implemented the new style using the new WordPress 1.5 templating system, which will make things easier to upgrade in the future. It should also be much […]
WordPress 1.5 was released this week, and I’ve only just found the time to upgrade. The upgrade process was a breeze. I’m still running the default theme, so all I need to do now is to apply re-apply the PaperCut Software template. I’m wondering whether it’s worth creating a PaperCut theme, or just hack the […]
I’m currently using the excellent Eclipse Java IDE for development work, and using the Jetty Launcher plugin to enable firing up the Jetty web server within Eclipse. It allows you to debug your web application directly in the IDE, making Java web development much smoother. Unfortunately the current version of the Jetty Launcher does not […]
Today we were contacted by a customer who installed PaperCut version 1 back in 1999. Their original PaperCut install had run fine all this time until they upgraded the server to Windows 2003. Version one was originally designed for Windows NT so I’m not surprised it didn’t work on Windows 2003! Anyway they’ve upgraded to […]