• Subject: Restrict Printer Attachments?
  • From: Jromeh <Jromeh@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 31 Oct 1997 02:40:24 EST
  • Organization: AOL (http://www.aol.com)

Hi, 

How can printer attachments be restricted? We need a way to allow users 
to create output into an outq, but restrict them from attaching a printer 
to that outq. 

When they're in the WRKSPLF screen (from a menu, no command line), they 
do 9=Work with printing status, then 2=Change status, then attach a 
printer to the queue, thinking they're only routing their output to that 
printer. It's a monitored queue and should never be attached to a 
printer, attaching it results in wasted paper and lost spool.

TIA, 


Jerome Hughes                     jromeh@aol.com
InterPro Consulting Services      www.interproinc.com
Rosemont, IL USA                  these are my own opinions only

OMNI User Communications Dir.     www.omniuser.org

"Remember, I started this company in my parent's garage." Steve Jobs

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