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Windows 7: Printer Job Accounting


11 Jan 2009   #1

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Printer Job Accounting

Hello,

I am trying to setup my printer at work. It is a Canon iR C5185, and Windows 7 found the driver fine and has installed it.

The problem I now have, is we have to use a printer ID for Print Job Accounting, and I can't find anywhere at all to input this setting. In Windows Vista/XP the window would pop up automatically, where I could input my User ID. Perhaps it is Canon driver specific? I am all out of ideas, and would prefer not to have to dual boot and use XP at work.

Would love to get some help on this.

Thank you
lodog

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11 Jan 2009   #2

 

Hi, lodog, and welcome to the forums.

How did you add the printer, via networked printer or via local printer and creating a new port?
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11 Jan 2009   #3

Windows 7
 
 

thanks for the welcome & speedy response

I installed the printer through network printer, it found the IP address of the printer automatically. Previously with vista I had to input this.

Do you think I should try adding the printer local and adding port?
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11 Jan 2009   #4

 

Nah, that is probably the best way to do it - but it is probably using a default driver for the printer. I'd get a Vista driver for that printer and inatll it manually and see if that helps.
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11 Jan 2009   #5

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ah perfect, i actually tried running the .exe that came with the driver a few days ago but that gave me some issues. so i just went to change the driver with have disk & it now has job accounting. time to test print.. and we are successful. brilliant, now i'm 100% good to go with windows 7 - and happy.
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11 Jan 2009   #6

 

Congrats.
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