Well, the problem isn't limiting _who_ can print, I can already do that,
just _what_ they can print. We have alot of call center staff who it
would be nice to be able to allow them to only print say ten specified
documents. Right now we just don't allow them to print anything, too
many liability issues.
Chris Berry chris_berry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Systems Administrator JM Associates & Coast Business Service
Just a brainstorm-idea.
Make sure the user dont have access to relevant printers by using the ACL on the printer. Then use a script to start the app in wich he can print, in the script start the application as another user (print_user etc)wich has access to the printer by for excample the RUNAS command.
Mvh Svein Arild
Fra: Tim Mangan [mailto:tmangan@xxxxxxxxxxxx] Sendt: 21. november 2004 01:48
Emne: [windows2000] Re: Limited Printer
Never heard of one. It would be easy to build a filter printer driver, however, it would be even easier for the user to rename documents once they catch on. I think Office 2003 has security features that control what others may do -- geared towards editing and saving, but possibly including printing.
-----Original Message----- From: windows2000-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:windows2000-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Chris Berry Sent: Friday, November 19, 2004 7:34 PM To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [windows2000] Limited Printer
Does anyone know how to restrict a user to only be able to print certain
documents? Everything I know of is just a basic yes/no on overall printing capability.