PaperCut NG
PaperCut NG
19.2.2

4.0

PaperCut NG free download for Mac

PaperCut NG

19.2.2
23 January 2020

Limit and control printer use within your organization.

Overview

PaperCut NG lets you limit and control printer use within your organization. Whether you're an IT manager or an academic administrator, PapaCutNG is the perfect way to create quotas and monitor usage for everyone who accesses your organization's printers.

Your resources, under control

  • Go green. Allowing students or employees unlimited printer access can lead to wastefulness. Limit individual usage, or charge for printing.
  • Track crucial usage data. Integrate with your existing directories to create user accounts, or monitor printer usage amongst individual departments.
  • Get started quickly. PaperCut NG is easy to implement, so you'll be up and running in no time.

PaperCut NG uses a pricing structure which is dependent on the type of enterprise and the number of users. View the pricing table.

What's new in PaperCut NG

Version 19.2.2:
Enhancements:
  • Added an external device API call to rename printers and devices. This is an advanced feature.
  • Added a new option to the create internal user web services call (& server command) to send a "welcome" email to the new user.
  • Fixed an issue in Print Deploy that caused some designated print queues not to be installed on the computers of users whose usernames include a period character.
  • The warning notification for exceeding the licensed users limit is now updated in real time, instead of waiting until the next admin login.
  • Removed an extraneous warning message about chmod failure when upgrading on Linux.
  • Removed unnecessary and misleading SSL keystore tool messages that were being logged during upgrades on Linux.
  • Improved help text for 'set-shared-account-property' in the server-command utility.
  • Improved the server-command help text for removing printer groups from a printer.
  • The server-command utility will now check before renaming an internal user to an existing username.
  • Server-command will now check that an internal user exists before trying to rename the account.
  • The list printers webservice call and server-command no longer include the template printer in the returned list.
  • Web Cashier: Made the "Print" button on the Web Cashier deposit receipt page translatable.
  • Email to print: Added a filter to optionally ignore emails more than a configurable number of hours old when printing emails.
User client:
  • Added scroll bars where needed to work around occasional dialog sizing issues with script-triggered pop-ups.
  • The upgrade process for locally installed Mac clients now removes existing runtime binaries before upgrading the client.
Fixes:
  • Fixed a possible server performance issue when storing system state files on network based drives.
  • Fixed an error that caused issues with running custom reports for customers with 10 or more custom reports.
  • Fixed an issue caused by not removing the previous JRE when upgrading the user client, which could sometimes prevent the client from running.
  • Canon LIPS LX printer driver: Fixed an issue that caused some paper sizes, such as Japanese postcard and envelope, to be incorrectly detected as A4.
  • Xerox D95 Linux Intel printer driver: Fixed an issue that caused incorrect page counts.
  • Konica Minolta bizhub 558, C554 and C658 Series PCL printer driver and Kyocera TASKalfa 6053ci KX printer driver: Fixed an issue that caused incorrect page size detection when printing on 11x17 inch page size.
  • Ricoh SP C740 PCL5 printer driver: Fixed an issue that caused an incorrect page count when printing multiple pages on a single sheet of paper (n-up printing).
  • PaperCut Global PostScript printer driver: Fixed an issue that prevented a sheet from being fed from Tray 3, Tray 4, or Bypass Tray when printing to a Sharp device. (Note that to feed a sheet from the Bypass Tray, Manual Feed on the PaperCut Global PostScript printer driver must to be selected).
  • Xerox D95 Linux Intel printer driver: Fixed an issue that caused incorrect page counts.
  • PaperCut Global PostScript printer driver: Fixed an issue that enabled auto tray selection when a paper tray was set to the bypass tray and the printing destination was a Konica Minolta device.
  • Konica Minolta bizhub 558, C554 and C658 Series PCL printer driver: Fixed an issue that caused incorrect page size detection when printing on 11x17 inch page size.
  • Kyocera TASKalfa 6053ci KX printer driver: Fixed an issue that caused incorrect page size detection when printing on 11x17 inch page size.
  • Ricoh SP C740 PCL5 printer driver: Fixed an issue that caused an incorrect page count when printing multiple pages on a single sheet of paper (n-up printing).
Print Provider:
  • Fixed an issue that caused thumbnail image creation for Print Archiving to fail if PCL6 data contained images.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause an incorrect calculation of number of pages, or slow print analysis, when analyzing some PostScript data.
  • Added configurable improvement to the PCL6 full-page watermark so that it is printed properly when used over a dark background or a full-color image. (This improvement is turned off by default. To enable, add the line ConfigureFullPageWatermark=true to the print-provider.conf file).
Other notes:
  • This release does NOT contain a database upgrade.

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1 PaperCut NG Reviews

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Prince-Isaac
24 January 2014

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Holy Cow! If I were managing a shop with more than 20 employees this app would be a godsend. At one place I worked there were a few individuals who would print 300+ page (single-sided in those days) tomes that not only would tie up the printer, but would also waste a lot of paper as those print jobs were mostly copies of PDFs or other online works. I know that we all need bound technical manuals but if they're popular and useful then management should be buying single copies for a departmental library rather than people printing whole volumes for themselves.
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Version 14.0
Prince-Isaac
24 January 2014
Holy Cow! If I were managing a shop with more than 20 employees this app would be a godsend. At one place I worked there were a few individuals who would print 300+ page (single-sided in those days) tomes that not only would tie up the printer, but would also waste a lot of paper as those print jobs were mostly copies of PDFs or other online works. I know that we all need bound technical manuals but if they're popular and useful then management should be buying single copies for a departmental library rather than people printing whole volumes for themselves.
Like (1)
Version 14.0