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PaperCut software is designed to be installed _ON TOP OF_ your existing site printing environment. Printing devices should ALREADY be working and users should be able to print to server print queues from their Linux, Macintosh or Windows workstations prio...
WHAT DO I NEED TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN CREATING A TEST ENVIRONMENT? There’s a few things that come up when looking at creating test systems - whether you’re creating the test system from scratch, or when you’re creating a clone of your current system in ord...
Testing PaperCut NG/MF in a realistic way can be quite difficult. There are a number of layers in the application that get exercised when a print job is processed. Any practical load testing needs to exercis all layers. Here are a few tips and tools: PRI...
PaperCut is designed to support fully automated install-over-the-top upgrades. Normally no manual upgrade tasks need to be performed, however like all server-side applications, system administrators should devote some time to testing post upgrade. Adminis...
I AM PLANNING TO PURCHASE A PRINTER OF MODEL ABC AND WOULD LIKE TO CONFIRM THAT IT WORKS WITH PAPERCUT PRIOR TO PURCHASE. HOW CAN I DO THIS? Because there are so many printer/driver/OS combination out there on the market, and that model numbers change fr...
TRIALLING PAPERCUT USING A SUBSET OF ALL USERS There are a few options available for limiting the trial to a subset of users: * Probably the most convenient way would be to import all users into PaperCut as 'unrestricted' users. This means that when t...