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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | PaperCut NG]] is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools.  The [[https://www.papercut.com/download/ng/ | 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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[[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | PaperCut NG]] is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools.  The [[https://www.papercut.com/kb/Main/GettingStartedGuides| 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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# 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 [[https://www.papercut.com/tour/balance-recharge/top-up-cards/| Top-Up Cards]].
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# 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 [[https://www.papercut.com/tour/balance-recharge/top-up-cards/| Top-Up Cards]].
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# Providing staff with access to [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-shared-accounts.html |shared accounts ]] which provide a way of tracking and allocating printing to department/faculty.
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# Providing staff with access to [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-shared-accounts.html |shared accounts ]] which provide a way of tracking and allocating printing to department/faculty.
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# 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 [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/tour/topup_cards/| Top-Up Cards]].
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# 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 [[https://www.papercut.com/tour/balance-recharge/top-up-cards/| Top-Up Cards]].
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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | PaperCut NG]] is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools.  The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/download/ | 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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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | PaperCut NG]] is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools.  The [[https://www.papercut.com/download/ng/ | 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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# Providing staff access to [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-shared-accounts.html |shared accounts ]] which provide a way of tracking and allocating printing to department/faculty.
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# Providing staff with access to [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-shared-accounts.html |shared accounts ]] which provide a way of tracking and allocating printing to department/faculty.
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# Providing staff access to [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-shared-accounts.html |shared accounts ]] which provide a way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.
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# Providing staff access to [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-shared-accounts.html |shared accounts ]] which provide a way of tracking and allocating printing to department/faculty.
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# Providing staff access to [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/ch-shared-accounts.html |shared accounts ]] which provide a way of tracking and allocating printing using a popup window.
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# 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 [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/tour/topup_cards/| Top Up Cards]] or staff taking manual payment using the [[WebTools | +]] interface.
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# 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 [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/tour/topup_cards/| Top-Up Cards]].
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# 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 | +]] interface.
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# 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 [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/tour/topup_cards/| Top Up Cards]] or staff taking manual payment using the [[WebTools | +]] interface.
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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | PaperCut NG]] is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools.  The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/download/ | Implementation guide]] gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved.  Common  implementation approaches in order of popularity are:
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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | PaperCut NG]] is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools.  The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/download/ | 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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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | PaperCut NG]] is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools.  The [[Ihttps://www.papercut.com/products/ng/download/ | Implementation guide]] gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved.  Common  implementation approaches in order of popularity are:
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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | PaperCut NG]] is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools.  The [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/download/ | Implementation guide]] gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved.  Common  implementation approaches in order of popularity are:
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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | 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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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | PaperCut NG]] is our version of PaperCut specifically designed for schools.  The [[Ihttps://www.papercut.com/products/ng/download/ | Implementation guide]] gives a good overview of many of the considerations involved.  Common  implementation approaches in order of popularity are:
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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/quota/ | 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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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | 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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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | 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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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/quota/ | 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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[[https://www.papercut.com/products/quota/ | 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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[[http://https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/ | 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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# 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.
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# 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 | +]] interface.
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''Categories:'' [[!Implementation]]
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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:
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(:title Implementing PaperCut in a school environment:)

''Categories:'' [[!Implementation]]

[[http://papercut.biz/products/quota/ | 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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# Restricting students to a sensible weekly or monthly quota.  Additional quota/credit can be purchased via TopUpCards if required.

# 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.
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# Restricting students to a sensible weekly or monthly quota.  Additional quota/credit can be purchased via [[TopUpCards | +]] if required.

# 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.
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Describe ImplementingPaperCutInSchools here.
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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:

# Restricting students to a sensible weekly or monthly quota. 

# Restricting students to a sensible weekly or monthly quota.  Additional quota/credit can be purchased via TopUpCards if required.

# 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.

# Silently monitor student activity reporting excessive use to teaching staff (common in primary schools).


!!Staff Management:

# Providing staff with unrestricted but monitored access.

# Providing a term/semester based allocate to staff based on their role.  Additional quota, if required, is allocated to staff after management approval.

# 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.

# Staff use unmonitored and unrestricted printers provided and managed by their faculty for staff use.

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