Windows Embedded Printing

If your enterprise utilizes Windows Embedded to extend the intelligence of your information technology systems, chances are you’ve been frustrated by the printing issues created by the lack of support for Windows Embedded ecosystems.

Even in your Windows Embedded environment, Eliminating Print Servers is as easy as 1-2-3:

Install the Application

IT staff use the PrinterLogic installation program to automatically install the IIS role, PrinterLogic web application, and database on Windows Server 2008 R2 (or newer) at your organization’s data center or HQ.

Import Printers

IT staff use a web browser to access the PrinterLogic Administrator and import printer objects and associated drivers from existing print servers. During the import process, all your existing printer drivers, port settings, device settings, and preferences are copied from your print servers into PrinterLogic without changes. From then on, IT staff can use the PrinterLogic Administrator to create and manage the printer objects.

Install the Client

IT staff use the 3MB MSI file provided to deploy the PrinterLogic Client silently to all Windows Embedded devices.

With PrinterLogic, you can replace all the functionality that print servers used to provide, while adding many new features that simplify print management and provisioning, reduce costs, and empower users to install printers for themselves, without calling the help desk.
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