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Jeff Johnson

Allow non-administrator users to add or remove printers | Mac Admin Corner - 3 views

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    Apple added a "feature" to Leopard which restricts non administrator users from managing printers on their Macs. While this is desired behavior on a public machine such as a classroom, it is a problem for single user machines such as faculty, staff and 1:1 deployments. By default in Leopard, a non-admin user can not add or remove printers. They are also not able to hold or resume a print job. This is a problem if you want users to be able to add printers themselves, especially if they're bringing their laptops home.
Jeff Johnson

Mac OS X v10.5.7 or later: Allowing managed users to add or delete manages - 0 views

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    In Mac OS X 10.5.7 or later, access to add or delete network printers on a client computer is controlled by membership in the lpadmin group. You can control the ability of printerd user accounts to add and delete printers by controlling the membership of this group.
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