Add-TPHubPrinter

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Description

Creates a new printer on the ThinPrint Client (see Printers)

Syntax

Add-TPHubPrinter -Name <string> -Backend Tcp|Lpr|Usb -UsbPort <string> -Computer <string> [-TcpPort <uint16>] -Queue <string> [-Id <uint16>] [-Driver <string>] [-Proxy <string>]
Parameter Description
-Name printer name; see Printer Name
-Backend port or backend type; see Port
TCP     Standard TCP/IP
LPR     LPR/LPD
USB     the ThinPrint Hub‘s USB port
-UsbPort USB printer (only with backend type USB)
-Computer address of the printer or the computer (only with backend type TCP or LPR)
-Queue LPD queue name (only with backend type LPR)
-ID • printer ID (optional)
• If this is not specified, the ThinPrint Client automatically assigns one.
-Driver • name of the printer driver or the printer model (optional)
• info field for Management Center or Management Services
-Proxy • optional (from firmware version 1.1): proxy server address
• can also be specified globally using Set-TPHubProxy

Example 1

Add-TPHubPrinter -Name "Lexmark T650" -Backend Tcp -Computer "192.168.209.204"

creating a printer

The result in the web console is shown in the Illus. below.

 new printer with the automatically assigned ID 2 in the web console

Example 2

Creates a new printer on the ThinPrint Client which was found automatically in the local subnet before (see Get-TPHubDiscoveredPrinter)

Get-TPHubPrinter
$a = Get-TPHubDiscoveredPrinter -Search SCX
$a
$a | Add-TPHubPrinter
Get-TPHubPrinter

creating a printer which was found automatically (here: Samsung SCX-3200)

Example 3

Creates a new printer on the ThinPrint Client which was found automatically in the local subnet before (see Get-TPHubFindPrinters)

Get-TPHubPrinter
$a = Get-TPHubFindPrinters -Search SCX
$a
$a | Add-TPHubPrinter
Get-TPHubPrinter
 creating a printer which was found automatically (here: Samsung SCX-3200)

creating a printer which was found automatically (here: Samsung SCX-3200)

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