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The console utility for printers management. PrintCtl 2.0.3.1 The small console utility for management NT/2000/XP/2003 and Samba printers. Program Features: Viewing printers on print server. Commands: PAUSE, RESUME, PURGE, STATUS, DEFAULT. Advantages before standard means Windows NT: allows to set of many intervals of availability or inaccessibility of the printer using AT service or any other scheduler.

Probably works on NT servers Tried this utility on our clustered print server on a Windows 2003 Server SAN system, but it simply failed to work for deleting a stalled job in a printer queue. We have about 200 printers hosted on this server, and every now and then, a job gets stuck and cannot be deleted. I tried this utility, but it did not work. It was apparently developed and released when Windows NT 4.0 server was getting popular, but now that windows 2000 and 2003 (and in February, Windows 2008 Server will be released), it probably needs a major update.We solved our problem by using the Cluster Administrator ...





PrinterAnywhere for you PrinterShare 2.3.06 PrinterAnywhere lets you share your printer with someone else, or vice versa across the internet! Instead of sending someone an attachment of a contract, just print it directly to their printer. You won’t have to worry about people not being able to open files that you send them, all you’ve got to do is set the connection up (takes less than a minute) and print from whatever program you created it in, to their printer.




Show all relevant printing dimensions Free Printer Info 1.83 This very simple freeware utility lets you know the paper size, printable area size and all margins in pixels, millimeters and inches for any of your printers. Those may be very important parameters if you want to get the most out of your printer, yet no printing software clearly shows them. Enjoy!

Performs as advertised When you're creating a document (specifically, in Word) that is important (e.g. a resume) that you're going to email to unknown recipients with unknown printers, you'd like to know that it will print with the same appearance on their machine as it does on yours. It seems difficult to find, in any one place, the hardware-determined margins for all the popular printers, so I've just been printing on as many typical printers as I can find. Free Printer Info helps by displaying the printer's actual margins.



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