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Ways to Sell this feature
On-line live demo - linkys
Built in Audit Trail
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Papercut Tour - linkys




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PaperCut adds security and auditing around a process that is already part of modern Windows networks.


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This is a very important part of

Can this be done without PaperCut?
Yes...a quick search engine look will show system administrators how to do this within windows print infrastructure - PaperCut makes this simple and provides access control and audit trail

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!!All my print jobs are now being saved!
At first glance, this can be a scary thought. The truth is that PaperCut is simply added more accessibility around a feature that was already in Windows. ''Keep printed documents'' is a Windows feature that makes the Windows' print queue keep spool files instead of deleting them after the document has been printed. This allows users or administrators to later reprint or view the spool file.



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When developing Print Archiving, we made sure that we allowed the use of fine-grained access control. Security has always been an important part of PaperCut and we made sure that this was taken into account with Print Archiving in two ways:

** Print Archiving is turned off by default
** When enabled, only the top-level "Admin" account has access to to view printed documents. Additional users must be added in manually.

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PaperCut Print Archiving Discussion KB
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!!Identify Misuse and abuse of printing policies
Print Archiving equally applies to education environments; a system administrator can now remotely monitor not only the volume of printed pages, but also the content. Isolated and unsupervised printers are no longer open to rampant abuse, as administrators can now review printed documents on demand.

Aid Refund Authorisation

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!!!Identify Misuse and abuse of printing policies
Print Archiving allows a system administrator to remotely monitor not only the volume of printed pages, but also the content. Isolated and unsupervised printers are no longer open to rampant abuse, as administrators can now review printed documents on demand.


!!!Common Objections
System Admins should not be able to view private documents i.e HR/Payroll

Can this be done without PaperCut?
Yes...a quick search engine look will show system administrators how to do this within windows print infrastructure - PaperCut makes this simple and provides access control and audit trail

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Common Objections
System Admins should not be able to view private documents i.e HR/Payroll

Can this be done without PaperCut?
Yes...a quick search engine look will show system administrators how to do this within windows print infrastructure - PaperCut makes this simple and provides access control and audit trail






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Compliance and Governance
Reproduction and Copyright laws
Local obscenity laws
Identify Misuse and abuse of printing policies
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!!Compliance and Governance
Most organizations have data management objectives and specific policies around tracking the flow of sensitive information, use of thumb drives, cloud storage, etc. Print Archiving has been developed with such security and auditing considerations in mind, giving your IT team the tools to comply with externally mandated and legal requirements

!!Identify Misuse and abuse of printing policies
Print Archiving equally applies to education environments; a system administrator can now remotely monitor not only the volume of printed pages, but also the content. Isolated and unsupervised printers are no longer open to rampant abuse, as administrators can now review printed documents on demand.

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PaperCut Print Archiving Discussion KB

Print Archiving provides a series of benefits over standard network printing but can be seen as a secuirity breach if not fully understood. This Knowledge base will be covering a few topics on what additions PaperCut can add.

!!End User Benefits


Compliance and Governance
Reproduction and Copyright laws
Local obscenity laws
Identify Misuse and abuse of printing policies
Aid Refund Authorisation


Ways to Sell this feature
On-line live demo - linkys
Built in Audit Trail of view history
Papercut Tour - linkys

Common Objections
System Admins should not be able to view private documents i.e HR/Payroll

Can this be done without PaperCut?
Yes...a quick search engine look will show system administrators how to do this within windows print infrastructure - PaperCut makes this simple and provides access control and audit trail







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

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