PaperCut tracks printer usage data for each of your users, and occasionally you might like to wipe the slate clean.
You can reset all user counters back to zero by navigating to
Users -> Bulk User Actions -> Reset Counters
We’re happy to let you go ahead and reset those pesky stats - but it’s worth your while to step back for a moment or two and ask yourself that age-old question: why?
If your goal is to simplify periodic print reporting - consider making use of PaperCut’s powerful suite of report generation tools . We put a lot of work into them, it’d be a shame if they went to waste.
Bear in mind that by resetting user counters, you’re throwing away potential insight into your system’s usage.
In addition, if you want to remove old log data from the database, you can delete it manually via Options → Backups page. Information about this is given here.
This release contains an updated Java version which no longer supports 32-bit workstations. If you have any 32-bit users launching the User Client or Release Station from a network share, see this Knowledge Base article for more information.