ExtremeZ-IP Print Server 4.2.3 reviewDownload
ExtremeZ-IP Print Server software adds Macintosh printer sharing to Windows servers.
ExtremeZ-IP Print Server software adds Macintosh printer sharing to Windows servers. ExtremeZ-IP Print Server is the new, stand-alone product formerly know as ExtremeZ-IP IP Print Support that allows Mac and Windows clients to spool and print PostScript jobs to printers and other devices managed by Windows 2003/2 Servers or Windows XP using the TCP/IP protocol instead of AppleTalk.
With better print queue management, simple setup and detailed logging of print jobs, ExtremeZ-IP Print Server replaces Print Services for Macintosh (PSFM) and greatly improves the capabilities and ease of use of the Windows print server.
On the Mac desktop, a simple client software integrates seamlessly into the Mac OS X Print Center and the new CUPS printing architecture of the Mac OS X, providing a simple, intuitive interface for configuring and managing print queues.
Here are some key features of "ExtremeZ IP Print Server":
Log details on every print job
Download PPDs automatically saving time for users and administrators
Eliminate AppleTalk for browsing, and printing
Printing Service for Macintosh (PSFM) bugs
Simplify network administrators jobs since ExtremeZ-IP re-shares Windows print queues to Macintosh
Manage multiple print queues changing order and controlling jobs
Exploit the latest Windows clustering technologies improving uptime and simplifying maintenance
Ensure compatibility with Windows 2003.
21 days trial.
No changes to printing.
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