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July 18, 2017, at 08:20 PM by priyanka - Added more information about time to live values available for Authentication popup.
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The default values are:
auth-ttl-values=1,5,15,30,60,-1

The value of -1 indicates that the authentication is remembered until the user logs out or exits the client. The value of -2 indicates that the authentication is remembered indefinitely, even after restarting the client.

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The default value is:
auth-ttl-default=5

July 07, 2017, at 07:44 PM by timg - Updated Links
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See the section called [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-popup-auth.html| Popup Authentication]].
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See the section called [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/applicationserver/topics/printer-popup-auth.html#aanchor362| Popup Authentication]].
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[[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-popup-auth.html#id661227|here]]. 
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[[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/applicationserver/topics/printer-popup-auth.html#aanchor362|here]]. 
February 03, 2017, at 04:18 PM by Priyanka - Updated the user client options link
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A full list of User Client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html| here]].
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A full list of User Client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/common/topics/tools-user-client.html| here]].
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[-Keywords: client, client software, identity, authentication-]
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[-Keywords: client, client software, identity, authentication, identification popup, authentication popup-]
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The user can select a Remember time period, which can be configured to have different values, this is known as the TTL value. A full list of User Client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html| here]].
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The user can select a Remember time period, which can be configured to have different values, this is known as the TTL value.
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A full list of User Client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html| here]].
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The config keys that need to be changed are:@@client.config.auth.ttl-values@@ and @@client.config.auth.ttl-default-minutes@@.


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''--auth-ttl-values <ttl-value-mins>''
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''- -auth-ttl-values <ttl-value-mins>''
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''--auth-ttl-default <default-mins>''
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''- -auth-ttl-default <default-mins>''
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"--auth-ttl-values <ttl-value-mins>"
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''--auth-ttl-values <ttl-value-mins>''
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"--auth-ttl-default <default-mins>"

-> The default time-to-live value automatically selected when the login authentication window displays. This overrides the value configured on the server. This option can also be set by adding or enabling the auth-ttl-default= line in the client config.properties file.
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''--auth-ttl-default <default-mins>''

-> The default time-to-live value automatically selected when the login authentication window displays. This overrides the value configured on the server. This option can also be set by adding or enabling the auth-ttl-default= line in the client @@config.properties@@ file.
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--auth-ttl-values <ttl-value-mins>

Comma
-separated list of authentication time-to-live values in minutes. This option can also be set by adding or enabling the auth-ttl-values= line in the client @@config.properties@@ file.

--auth-ttl-default <default-mins>

The default time-to-live value automatically selected when the login authentication window displays. This overrides the value configured on the server.

This option can also be set by adding or enabling the auth-ttl-default= line in the client config.properties file.
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"--auth-ttl-values <ttl-value-mins>"

-> Comma-separated list of authentication time-to-live values in minutes. This option can also be set by adding or enabling the auth-ttl-values= line in the client @@config.properties@@ file.

"--auth-ttl-default <default-mins>"

->
The default time-to-live value automatically selected when the login authentication window displays. This overrides the value configured on the server. This option can also be set by adding or enabling the auth-ttl-default= line in the client config.properties file.
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The user can select a Remember time period, which can be configured to have different values, this is known as the [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html|TTL value]].  This is configured using the user client's config.properties file.  This overrides the values configured on the server.
See the section called “Popup Authentication”
.
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The user can select a Remember time period, which can be configured to have different values, this is known as the TTL value. A full list of User Client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html| here]].
 
TTL(time-to-live) is
configured using the user client's @@config.properties@@ file.  This overrides the values configured on the server.
See the section called [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-popup-auth.html| Popup Authentication]]
.
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Comma-separated list of authentication time-to-live values in minutes. This option can also be set by adding or enabling the auth-ttl-values= line in the client config.properties file.
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Comma-separated list of authentication time-to-live values in minutes. This option can also be set by adding or enabling the auth-ttl-values= line in the client @@config.properties@@ file.
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The user can select a Remember time period, which can be configured to have different values, this is known as the [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html|TTL value]].
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The user can select a Remember time period, which can be configured to have different values, this is known as the [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html|TTL value]].  This is configured using the user client's config.properties file.  This overrides the values configured on the server.
See the section called “Popup Authentication”.

--auth-ttl-values <ttl-value-mins>

Comma-separated list of authentication time-to-live values in minutes. This option can also be set by adding or enabling the auth-ttl-values= line in the client config.properties file.

--auth-ttl-default <default-mins>

The default time-to-live value automatically selected when the login authentication window displays. This overrides the value configured on the server.

This option can also be set by adding or enabling the auth-ttl-default= line in the client config.properties file.

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[[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-popup-auth.html#id661227|here]. 
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[[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-popup-auth.html#id661227|here]]. 
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It is possible to configure TTL values on a global level for all user clients. It can be done by changing the config keys described [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-popup-auth.html#id661227|here]. 
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It is possible to configure TTL values on a global level for all user clients. It can be done by changing the config keys described
[[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-popup-auth.html#id661227|here]. 
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It is possible to configure TTL values on a global level for all user clients. It can be done by changing the config keys described [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-printer-mgmt-popup-auth.html#id661227|here]. 
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Click here to view the User Client options and configuration settings, and how to add them to your @@config.properties@@ file.
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[[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html|Click here]] to view the User Client options and configuration settings, and how to add them to your @@config.properties@@ file.
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!!!Windows
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!!!Other operating systems
Click here to view the User Client options and configuration settings, and how to add them to your @@config.properties@@ file.

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[-Keywords: -]
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[-Keywords: client, client software, identity, authentication-]
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The PaperCut User Client has the ability to remember your identity when using [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-auth-print-laptop.html |Unauthenticated Computers]] such as a Laptops or Workgroup machines, which makes it quick and easy to see your balance and other minor details.

There is also a second Authentication window which can be displayed, this Authentication window is used to securely validate a user when printing. These 2 windows are not linked to one another in regards to user Authentication and do not override the operating system authentication between client workstation and the print server.
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The PaperCut User Client has the ability to remember your identity when using [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-auth-print-laptop.html |Unauthenticated Computers]] such as a laptops or workgroup machines, which makes it quick and easy to see your balance and other minor details.

There is also a second Authentication window which can be displayed, this Authentication window is used to securely validate a user when printing. These two windows are not linked to one another in regards to user Authentication and do not override the operating system authentication between client workstation and the print server.
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The PaperCut User Client has the ability to remember your identity when using an [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-auth-print-laptop.html |Unauthenticated Computers]] such as a Laptops or Workgroup machines, which makes it quick and easy to see your balance and other minor details.
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The PaperCut User Client has the ability to remember your identity when using [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-auth-print-laptop.html |Unauthenticated Computers]] such as a Laptops or Workgroup machines, which makes it quick and easy to see your balance and other minor details.
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The Identity Popup is used by the PaperCut User Client to the display current user's balance. If a user is logged in that does not have a user set up in Papercut, it will ask for a Username and Password, shown below.
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The Identity Popup is used by the PaperCut User Client to the display current user's balance. If a user is logged in that does not have a user set up in PaperCut, it will ask for a Username and Password, shown below.
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The Identity Popup is used by the PaperCut User Client to the current users balance. If a user is logged in that does not have a user set up in Papercut, it will ask for a Username and Password, shown below.
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The Identity Popup is used by the PaperCut User Client to the display current user's balance. If a user is logged in that does not have a user set up in Papercut, it will ask for a Username and Password, shown below.
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The PaperCut User Client has the ability to remember your identity when using an [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-auth-print-laptop.html |Unauthenticated Computers]] such as a Laptops or Workgroup machines, which makes it quick and easy to see your balance and minor other details.
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The PaperCut User Client has the ability to remember your identity when using an [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-auth-print-laptop.html |Unauthenticated Computers]] such as a Laptops or Workgroup machines, which makes it quick and easy to see your balance and other minor details.
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This Authentication Screen (Identitity popup) can be avoided by starting the PaperCut User Client with several command line or config options.
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This Authentication Screen (Identity popup) can be avoided by starting the PaperCut User Client with several command line or config options.
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[-Keywords: TODO keywords here if needed-]
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''Categories:'' [[Category.Client|+]]
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''Categories:'' [[Category.UserClientTool|+]]
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The PaperCut User Client has the ability to remember your identity when using an Unauthenticated Computer such as a Laptop or Workgroup machine, which makes it quick and easy to see your balance.

There is also a second Login window which can be displayed, this window is the
Authentication window, and is used to charge to a certain user when printing. These 2 windows are not linked to one another in regards to user authentication.
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The PaperCut User Client has the ability to remember your identity when using an [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-auth-print-laptop.html |Unauthenticated Computers]] such as a Laptops or Workgroup machines, which makes it quick and easy to see your balance and minor other details.

There is also a second Authentication window which can be displayed, this
Authentication window is used to securely validate a user when printing. These 2 windows are not linked to one another in regards to user Authentication and do not override the operating system authentication between client workstation and the print server.
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The Identity Popup is used by the PaperCut client to display a Balance to the user using pc_client.exe

If a user is logged in that does not have a user set up in Papercut, it will ask for a Username and Password, shown
below.
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The Identity Popup is used by the PaperCut User Client to the current users balance. If a user is logged in that does not have a user set up in Papercut, it will ask for a Username and Password, shown below.
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This login screen can be hidden, by using the following triggers when starting the pc_client.exe application.


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This Authentication Screen (Identitity popup) can be avoided by starting the PaperCut User Client with several command line or config options.
[@[app-path]\client\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --neverrequestidentity --minimized --silent@]

These parameters or config options start the PaperCut User Client so it will not ask for a login, and will show the following in the system tray on Windows.
Attach:IdentityVsAuthentication-Silent-20121122.png

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If you are making use of PaperCut's unauthenticated user or print queue functionality, when a user prints they will be presented with a login prompt. For more information about when to use unauthenticated users or printers, please review our [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-auth-print.html|manual here]].
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TODO link your page here:
https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/Miscellaneous
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The user can select a Remember time period, which can be configured to have different values, this is known as the [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html|TTL value]].
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''Categories:'' [[Category.TODOFirstCategory|+]], [[Category.TODOSecondCategoryIfNeeded|+]]
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''Categories:'' [[Category.Client|+]]
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TODO page content here.

!!Subheading
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The PaperCut User Client has the ability to remember your identity when using an Unauthenticated Computer such as a Laptop or Workgroup machine, which makes it quick and easy to see your balance. 

There is also a second Login window which can be displayed, this window is the Authentication window, and is used to charge to a certain user when printing. These 2 windows are not linked to one another in regards to user authentication.

!!Identity Popup
The Identity Popup is used by the PaperCut client to display a Balance to the user using pc_client.exe

If a user is logged in that does not have a user set up in Papercut, it will ask for a Username and Password, shown below.
Attach:IdentityVsAuthentication-Ident-20121122.png

This login screen can be hidden, by using the following triggers when starting the pc_client.exe application.



!!Authentication Popup
Attach:IdentityVsAuthentication-Auth-20121122.png

Attach:IdentityVsAuthentication-Silent-20121122.png

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[-Keywords: TODO keywords here if needed-]
November 21, 2012, at 10:38 PM by Josh - Initial Creation
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(:title Identity Vs Authentication Popup for PaperCut Client:)

TODO page content here.

!!Subheading

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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