Printix Configurator for Windows version 1.3.1202 or later can use a CSV file with computers and print queues to add print queues to computers. Only if Printix Administrator has a matching Hostname of a computer and a matching print queue name, will the computer have the print queue added. Uppercase and lowercase letters are treated the same. The adding of the print queue is done as a task. If a computer is offline, it will pick up on the tasks once it comes online.

See also:


  • The CSV file MUST be semi-colon (;) separated. Column headers are not allowed. Do not have spaces before or after a semi-colon.
  • Hostnames of the computers must be unique within your Printix Home.
  • Print queue names must be unique within your Printix Home.

Create shortcut with -q2c argument

  1. Right-select PrintixConfigurator.exe and select Create shortcut.
  2. Right-select the shortcut and select Properties.
  3. Select the Shortcut tab.
  4. In the Target section add -q2c like this: PrintixConfigurator.exe -q2c

Start Printix Configurator

  1. Right-click the Printix Configurator shortcut file and select Run as administrator.
  2. Sign in. You must have the role as System manager.
  3. If asked Pick a Printix Home (Example:
    After successful sign in to Printix Configurator you can close the browser window.

Import CSV file

  1. In Enter CSV file select the field and browse to the CSV file you wish to use. Alternatively you can paste the path to the CSV file.
  2. Select Open.
  3. Select Exit.

For troubleshooting, you may want to open the Printix Configurator log files. Output from a succesful configuration will be written like this:

Read X computers from CSV file
Validating configuration...
Start applying configuration...
Done  applying configuration


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