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What's new in PaperCut NG 19.2?

We're building on the features released in 19.1, with enhanced functionality for features like Print Deploy, Custom Reporting and more.

PaperCut NG 19.2

Print Deploy

Print Deploy gets the right driver and right print queue to the right person in the right location, automatically.

Print Deploy supports more operating systems - Windows, Mac and now Chromebooks.

You can deploy printers, drivers and default settings to locations. We’ve also now included deploying to specific user groups and delivered support for nine additional languages.

Fed up with print queues? We hear you

Print Deploy takes the complexity out of deploying print queues to put productivity back in business.

It automates the time-consuming tasks of installing print queues and drivers in any print environment – so you're freed up to focus on the bigger picture.

And because it's a PaperCut innovation, it happens in the user-friendliest way imaginable for both PaperCut MF and NG.


Read on for more 19.2 enhancements and new features.

We didn't stop at Print Deploy. Here's what else is new.

Keen to see how much better 19.2 becomes with PaperCut MF? Click here.

Limitless custom reports

Custom Reporting has received a boost...we've cleared the runway with no more limitations on the number of generated reports. We've also made it super easy to be using your business intelligence solutions like Tableau and PowerBI!

Custom Reports and One-click refresh

New in the Percolator

Sync UPN usernames from Active Directory

Have a large multi-domain environment with potential clashes in names? No problem! In 19.2 PaperCut NG (Percolator) will sync usernames across multiple domains using the User Principal Name (UPN), avoiding username clashing. View in Percolator

Control MFDs with Device Scripting

Your next 19.2 move

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