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# Click the download icon in the toolbar at the top left
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# Click the Download icon in the toolbar at the top right
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From here, you will need to change the Print Processor setting on the print queue you wish to re-print your EMF file to. This setting determines how the printer handles jobs with no data type (PCL, PostScript etc). A job with no data type will usually only be legacy applications (remember MSDOS?), if you feel this may fall into your category, you may wish to change this option back once you have printed your EMF file.
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From here, you will need to change the Print Processor setting on the print queue you wish to re-print your EMF file to. This setting determines how the printer handles jobs with no data type (PCL, PostScript etc.). A job with no data type will usually only be legacy applications (remember MSDOS?), if you feel this may fall into your category, you may wish to change this option back once you have printed your EMF file.
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# Click on the "Print Processor..." button
# Choose NT EMF 1.00*
# Click OK, then OK again.
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# Click on the "''Print Processor...''" button
# Choose ''NT EMF 1.00*'' (e.g. EMF 1.008)
# Click ''OK'', then ''OK''
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[@copy /B my-spool-file.pcl6 \\servername\printer@]
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->[@copy /B my-spool-file.pcl6 \\servername\printer@]
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[@lp -h servername -d printer -o raw my-spool-file.pcl6@]
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->[@lp -h servername -d printer -o raw my-spool-file.pcl6@]
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(:title How to re-print EMF print jobs from PaperCut Print Archiving:)
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(:title How to re-print EMF spool files (generated by print archiving):)
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The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, `PCL5e, PCL6, Canon UFR, etc can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | the PaperCut Manual]]. However, re-printing EMF spool files will sometimes require an additional setting to be changed.
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The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, `PCL5e, PCL6, Canon UFR, etc. can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | the PaperCut Manual]]. However, re-printing EMF spool files will sometimes require an additional setting to be changed.
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The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, `PCL5e, PCL6, UFR, etc can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | the PaperCut Manual]]. However, re-printing EMF spool files will sometimes require an additional setting to be changed.
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The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, `PCL5e, PCL6, Canon UFR, etc can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | the PaperCut Manual]]. However, re-printing EMF spool files will sometimes require an additional setting to be changed.
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The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, PCL5e, PCL6, UFR, etc can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | this section of the manual]], re-printing EMF files will sometimes require an additional setting to be changed.

!!Re-printing your EMF file
To
re-print an EMF file from the Print Archiving feature;

# Find the job of interest in the job log
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The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, `PCL5e, PCL6, UFR, etc can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | the PaperCut Manual]]. However, re-printing EMF spool files will sometimes require an additional setting to be changed.

!!Steps to reprint EMF spool files
To
re-print an EMF spool file from the Print Archiving feature;

# Find the job of interest in the job log [@Printers -> {printer} -> Job Log@]
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From here, we will need to change a setting on the print queue you wish to re-print your EMF file to. The setting we will be changing is the Print Processor, which is how the printer handles jobs with no data type. A job with no data type will usually only be legacy applications, if you feel this may fall into your category, you may wish to change this option back once you have printed your EMF file.

# Locate the print queue you would like
to print your EMF file to on the print server.
# Go to your
Printer Properties
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From here, you will need to change the Print Processor setting on the print queue you wish to re-print your EMF file to. This setting determines how the printer handles jobs with no data type (PCL, PostScript etc). A job with no data type will usually only be legacy applications (remember MSDOS?), if you feel this may fall into your category, you may wish to change this option back once you have printed your EMF file.

# Locate the print queue you would like to print your EMF file
to on the print server. [@Windows 2008 R2 -> Start -> Printers & Devices@]
# Right click on the Printer and select
Printer Properties
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# Click OK, then OK.
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# Click OK, then OK again.
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MacOS and Linux:
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Mac OS X and Linux:
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The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, PCL5e, PCL6, UFR, etc can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | this section of the manual]], re-printing EMF files will sometimes require a setting to be changed.
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The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, PCL5e, PCL6, UFR, etc can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | this section of the manual]], re-printing EMF files will sometimes require an additional setting to be changed.
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''Categories:'' [[Category.TODOFirstCategory|+]], [[Category.TODOSecondCategoryIfNeeded|+]]
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''Categories:'' [[Category.Administration|+]], [[Category.Troubleshooting|+]]
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[-Keywords: TODO keywords here if needed-]
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[-Keywords: EMF, print archiving, reprint-]
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# Choose NT EMF 1.00X
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# Choose NT EMF 1.00*
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From here, you may copy your EMF file to the printer using the following commands;
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From here, you may copy your EMF file to the printer to print directly using the following commands;
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Once this is done, your EMF should now print directly to that printer.
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TODO link your page here: https
://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/Miscellaneous
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From here, you may copy your EMF file to the printer using the following commands;

Windows
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[@copy /B my-spool-file.pcl6 \\servername\printer@]

MacOS and Linux:
[@lp -h servername -d printer -o raw my-spool-file
.pcl6@]

Once this is done, your EMF should now print directly to that printer.

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!!How to re-print
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!!Re-printing your EMF file
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The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, PCL5e, PCL6, UFR, etc can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | this section of the manual]]


!!subhead
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The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, PCL5e, PCL6, UFR, etc can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | this section of the manual]], re-printing EMF files will sometimes require a setting to be changed.

!!How to re-print
To re-print an EMF file from the Print Archiving feature;

# Find the job of interest in the job log
# Click on the job's thumbnail to open the job viewer (full page view)
# Click the download icon in the toolbar at the top left
# Save the EMF file to your computer

From here, we will need to change a setting on the print queue you wish to re-print your EMF file to. The setting we will be changing is the Print Processor, which is how the printer handles jobs with no data type. A job with no data type will usually only be legacy applications, if you feel this may fall into your category, you may wish to change this option back once you have printed your EMF file.

# Locate the print queue you would like to print your EMF file to on the print server.
# Go to your Printer Properties
# Go to the Advanced tab
# Click on the "Print Processor..." button
# Choose NT EMF 1.00X
# Click OK, then OK.


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(:title How to re-print EMF print jobs from PaperCut Print Archiving:)

The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving.html | Print Archiving]] feature in PaperCut gives administrators the option to archive printed jobs in the PaperCut Administration Console. While re-printing PostScript, PCL5, PCL5e, PCL6, UFR, etc can be done following [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-print-archiving-advanced-config.html#ch-print-archiving-advanced-config-download | this section of the manual]]


!!subhead

TODO link your page here: https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/Miscellaneous

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''Categories:'' [[Category.TODOFirstCategory|+]], [[Category.TODOSecondCategoryIfNeeded|+]]
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[-Keywords: TODO keywords here if needed-]

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