System requirements: Print Deploy and PaperCut NG/MF
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Make sure there's an Internet connection so that software updates can be automatically installed.
Print Deploy works with the vast majority of printers. This includes, but is not limited to, print languages such as PostScript, PCL5, PCL5e, PCL6, XPS, Epson ESC/P2, Canon UFR, UFRII and more.
The following driver requirements must be met before Print Deploy will clone the print queue:
The driver must have an INF file (Setup Information file).
The driver must be digitally signed and package aware.
The driver is not a virtual driver like a PDF printer. In other words, the print queue has to point to a physical device or in the case of a Direct Print Find-Me setup, to a local nul-port.
To see which driver languages work best with PaperCut NG/MF in regards to controlling, tracking, and giving users the ability to change print job settings at the time of release, check the Supported Printers knowledge base article.
Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10, 64-bit (Microsoft Internet Explorer 9+).
macOS X 10.12+ (Sierra) 64-bit.
For an up-to-date list of PaperCut NG/MF firewall ports, see the Firewall Ports used by NG/MF knowledge base article.
The following ports must be open for the end-user client to be able to communicate with the Application Server:
On the client
9174 (HTTPS) outbound TCP port to Application Server
9164 (HTTPS) outbound TCP port to the Mobility Print server - applicable only if you are deploying Mobility Print queues
(Chromebooks only) 9173 (HTTP) outbound TCP port to Application Server. This is only used when the Print Deploy server is not using a CA-signed certificate. Otherwise, it uses 9174 (HTTPS).
9175 and 9176 (HTTP) TCP to localhost — only applicable if third party firewalls are active on the client computer.
9191 (HTTP) outbound TCP port to Application Server — only applicable if you’re deploying direct print queues, so the Direct Print Monitor on the user's computer can talk to the Application Server .
9265 (HTTP) TCP to localhost — only applicable if you are deploying Mobility Print queues.
On the Application Server
9174 (HTTPS) TCP port for Print Deploy clients
9173 (HTTP) TCP port to support Chromebook clients if the Print Deploy server is not using a CA-signed certificate.
- 443 (HTTPS) TCP port to https://update.print-deploy.cloud.papercut.com. Required for automatic updates of the Print Deploy service and Print Deploy clients.