PostScript version of ThinPrint Output Gateway

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With ThinPrint Client Mac/Linux the properties of native printer drivers can be trans­ferred from Mac or Linux machines to the mapped printers in a Remote Desktop ses­sion. On this, you can find the following row in the Dynamic Printer Matrix:

TPPS!ThinPort:

Dynamic Printer Matrix: the line for the creation of the Mac / Linux printers

Dynamic Printer Matrix: the line for the creation of the Mac/Linux printers

Legend:

Column A applies to Mac OS X clients

Column L applies to Linux clients

Column I applies only for the ICA protocol

Column R applies only for the RDP protocol

Column T applies only for the TCP/IP protocol

TPPS the PostScript driver TP Output Gateway PS

! separator

ThinPort: name of the ThinPrint Port with which the session printers are to be connected (one line is needed per ThinPrint Port)

The PostScript driver TP Output Gateway PS (see TPPS in the Target Printer col­umn) enables AutoConnect to transfer the driver properties from the Mac or Linux machine to the session printers.

Session printers with TP Output Gateway PS as a printer driver (example)

Session printers with TP Output Gateway PS as a printer driver (example)

 

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