Managing laptops/notebooks in a network/domain environment

KB Home   |   Managing laptops/notebooks in a network/domain environment

Most networks need to support laptop/notebook users that use their computers both onsite (the network) and remotely (at home). These laptops are often personally owned by students and staff and they are not authenticated. This poses a number of challenges to ensure that users can print from these laptops and that printing is logged in PaperCut correctly.

This topic is discussed in detail in the “Print Authentication” chapter. We would recommend first reading the introductory section about print authentication:

After reading introduction, then read the section that describes the options for handling unauthenticated laptops:

If you have any questions about the particular needs of your environment, please feel free to contact support and we would be happy to assist.

keywords: laptop, laptops, notebooks, notebook, remote users, roaming users, user authentication

Categories: Domains

Comments

Share your findings and experience with other PaperCut users. Feel free to add comments and suggestions about this Knowledge Base article. Please don't use this for support requests.

Article last modified on September 11, 2008, at 06:32 AM
Printable View   |   Article History   |   Edit Article