Set-TPHubPrinter

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Description

Modifies an existing printer in the ThinPrint Client (see Printers)

Syntax

Set-TPHubPrinter -Printer <variable> -ById <uint16> -ByName <string> [-Id <uint16>] [-Driver <string>] [-Name <string>] [-Backend Tcp|Lpr|Usb] [-Computer <string>] [-TcpPort <uint16>] [-Queue <string>] [-UsbPort <string>] [-Proxy <string>]
Parameter Description
-Printer • variable for an existing printer list
• alternative to -ByID and -ByName
• for its application, see Example 2  for Get-TPHubPrinter
-ById • ID of the printer whose properties are to be modified
• alternative to -ByName and -Printer
-ByName • name of the printer whose properties are to be modified
• alternative to -ById and -Printer
-Id new printer ID (optional)
-Driver • new name for the printer driver or printer model (optional)
• info field for Management Center or Management Services
-Name new printer name (optional); see Printer name
-Backend new printer port type (optional); see Port
TCP     Standard TCP/IP
LPR     LPR/LPD
USB     the ThinPrint Hub‘s USB port
-Computer • new address of the printer or the computer (optional; only for backend type TCP or LPR)
-TcpPort new TCP port: e.g. 9101 for Standard TCP/IP (optional; only for backend type TCP)
-Queue new LPD queue name (optional; only for backend type LPR)
-UsbPort new USB printer (optional; only for backend type USB)
-Proxy • optional (from firmware version 1.1): proxy server address
• can also be specified globally using Set-TPHubProxy

Example

Set-TPHubPrinter -ById 2 -Driver "Lexmark T650 (MS)"

 

 assigning a driver to an existing printer

The result in the web console is shown in the following Illustration.

printer driver information added (see also Illus. 64)

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