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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The Implementation guide for IT and network managers gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The Implementation guide for IT and network managers gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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  1. Charge students up front. All students start off at zero and need to add money to their account before printing and/or internet access is granted. It is best to manage student payments using Top-Up Cards.
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  1. Providing staff with access to shared accounts which provide a way of tracking and allocating printing to department/faculty.
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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The Implementation guide for IT and network managers gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The Implementation guide for IT and network managers gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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  1. Charge students up front. All students start off at zero and need to add money to their account before printing and/or internet access is granted. Best to manage student payments using Top Up Cards or staff taking manual payment using the WebTools? interface.
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  1. Charge students up front. All students start off at zero and need to add money to their account before printing and/or internet access is granted. It is best to manage student payments using Top-Up Cards.
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  1. Charge students up front. All students start off at zero and need to add money to their account before printing and/or internet access is granted. Best to manage student payments using Top Up Cards or staff taking manual payment using the WebTools? interface.
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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The Implementation guide gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The Implementation guide for IT and network managers gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The Implementation guide gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The ImplementationPlan gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut Quota is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The ImplementationPlan gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The ImplementationPlan gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The ImplementationPlan gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut Quota is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The ImplementationPlan gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut Quota is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The ImplementationPlan gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut NG is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The ImplementationPlan gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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PaperCut Quota is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The ImplementationPlan gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

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  1. Restricting students to a sensible weekly or monthly quota. Additional quota/credit can be purchased via TopUpCards if required.
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  1. Restricting students to a sensible weekly or monthly quota. Additional quota/credit can be purchased via Top-Up Cards if required.
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http://www.papercut.biz/pcstandard.htm PaperCut Quota is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools. The ImplementationPlan gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved. Common implementation approaches in order of popularity are:

Student Management:

  1. Restricting students to a sensible weekly or monthly quota.
  2. Restricting students to a sensible weekly or monthly quota. Additional quota/credit can be purchased via TopUpCards if required.
  3. Charge students up front. All students start off at zero and need to add money to their account before printing and/or internet access is granted. Best to manage student payments using TopUpCards or staff taking manual payment using the WebTools? iterface.
  4. Silently monitor student activity reporting excessive use to teaching staff (common in primary schools).

Staff Management:

  1. Providing staff with unrestricted but monitored access.
  2. Providing a term/semester based allocate to staff based on their role. Additional quota, if required, is allocated to staff after management approval.
  3. Starting staff off at zero, so their printing cost counts down. Staff printing is billed back to faculty departments on a term or semester basis. This charge back is often calculated based on a percentage arrangement based on role. For example 50% to the Maths faculty and 50% to Science for a duel science/maths teacher.
  4. Staff use unmonitored and unrestricted printers provided and managed by their faculty for staff use.

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