Ricoh Universal Print Driver – Colour Not Available

You may find that the option to print colour is not available when using the Ricoh Universal Print Driver. To fix this and make the Ricoh universal print driver print in colour: Edit the properties of the driver (typically on your print server, so it effects all users) Go to the Accessories tab Under Select […]
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What Is The Difference Between PCL5e PCL6 and PostScript Drivers?

Ever wondered what the difference is between PCL5e, PCL6 and PostScript printer┬ádrivers is? Should you use PCL5e, PCL6 or PS drivers? The main difference between PCL5e, PCL6 and PostScript drivers is age and spool size. PCL6 drivers are newer than PCL5e drivers, spool faster and result in smaller print jobs. PostScript drivers are basically a […]
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How To Allow Non-Administrators To Install Specific Drivers Via Group Policy

Sometimes you might need to allow non-administrators to install drivers for a specific device. An example of such a scenario would be if a user has a device that asks them to install drivers each time they connect it to a new computer. Rather than allow the non-administrator user to be prompted to install the […]
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Allow Users To Install Printers Without Admin Rights – Windows 2012

You may find that since upgrading to Windows Server 2012, Print And Document Services (Print Server), users are now prompted for administrator credentials and are not able to install some printer drivers without admin rights. This is because Windows Server 2012 doesn’t support unsigned Type 3 (user mode) printer drivers (printer drivers without a signed […]
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