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Hi, I have a print server that I share printers. Is there a policy for domain or OU's,or other way,to take a copy of files that users send for printers!!??? Thank you. ----- Regards Mahnaz

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The best I know are :

1. You can set properties on the printer to hold and keep documents sent for printing. You can later call the jobs and print them out.

2. Some printers have large storage and have logging and archive facility for every job sen to the queue. However yo can’t transfer these files just like that.

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    The best I know are : 1. You can set properties on the printer to hold and keep documents sent for printing. You can later call the jobs and print them out. 2. Some printers have large storage and have logging and archive facility for every job sen to the queue. However yo can't transfer these files just like that.
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    Hi, Thank you for the help but I want to copy in other place or path,the files that users send for prints!!! Or maybe I didn't understand your solution!!! Thank you. ---- Regards Mahnaz
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