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WHY LOAD BALANCE YOUR MOBILITY PRINT SETUP? A network load balancer helps to effectively spread the load of incoming requests across multiple servers sitting behind the load balancer. This provides two effective benefits when applied: * This allows in...
PaperCut's Hardware Page Count Validation [https://www.apms.com.hk/product/ng-mf/manual/applicationserver/topics/printer-hwcheck.html] ensures that PaperCut is able to determine the exact number of pages printed by a device for each job. However, from tim...
"_What if our organization wants to roll out Mobility Print for multiple print servers?_" There are several ways that PaperCut and Mobility Print can be structured to serve extremely large environments. Below, we've included details on several possible ...
_“Help, I’m an Infoblox DDI admin and, while I read your introductory BIND DNS [https://support.apposite.com.hk/Knowledgebase/Article/View/better-bind-mobility-record] and Advanced BIND [https://support.apposite.com.hk/Knowledgebase/Article/View/advanced-...
MACOS SERVER SUPPORT: It’s worth noting that Apple has announced that DNS is amongst the services being deprecated from macOS Server, in Spring 2018. Take a look at this article from Apple for more information: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208312 A...
PaperCut makes use of directory servers such as Active Directory, eDirectory, Open Directory and other LDAP and similar systems to retrieve information about users and groups. This enables single entry of your user and group information and efficient re-u...