Before you deside to go live, you should go through these control questions:
- Was all the print queues, including print driver configurations migrated from the printer servers?
- Is it the right print queues that are active?
- Should any print queues be added automatically?
- Are users’ group membership used correctly to deploy and control access to printers?
- Are the correct paper trays and paper sizes used?
- Should some print queues be deleted and/or updated?
You should consider the optional configuration:
- Automatically Add and Remove print queues.
- Configure print queues.
- Revoke some of the changes that was made made as part of the Implementation setup on the Settings page:
- Check Allow users to add printers via Printix Client.
- Check Convert print queues. Remember you can control this per network. You can also test conversion of print queues on a single computer.
- Check Via the cloud on print queue to enable printing to the printer from another company network.
Configure print queues
- How to create print queues
- How to activate a print queue
- How to add print queues to computer
- How to add print queue to computers
- How to set default printer
- How to change print driver
- How to add a print driver
- How to see uploaded print drivers
- How to work with print driver configurations
- How to distribute print queue configuration
- How to update print queues on computers
Additional functionality implementation
- Enable print later
- Enable print anywhere
- Enable mobile print
- Anywhere documents can be released only to printers that has a print queue with Via the cloud checked.
- Enable third-party Pull printing
Remove print server
Before removing the print server, you should verify that the print server’s shared printers can be paused without users complaining. You should also verify that the server does not have additional roles, such as Domain Controller, File Server, etc.
Take the server offline. Unplug the network cable and leave it that way for a week or so: if nobody cries it’s safe to decommission the print server.