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Welcome to I-Queue!
(c) Copyright 1991 by Infinite Technologies
Written by Bill Carter & Brett Warthen

IQSETUP allows you to configure and simplify certain
I-Queue operations.

"Queue Defaults" allows you to define a descriptive name
and a default printer type definition for each NetWare
print queue. This way, when selecting setup strings for
jobs directed to a particular queue, you can press
to see a list of pre-defined setup strings for
the type of printer to which the queue is directed.

Printer types must first be defined using the NetWare
PRINTDEF utility.
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NetWare comes with drivers for a variety of different
printer types (the .PDF files located in SYS:PUBLIC). It
is best to use these as a starting point. Select "Print
Devices" and "Import Print Device" from the PRINTDEF menu.
Give "SYS:PUBLIC" as the path under "Source Directory",
and you will see a list of available printer definition
files (PDFs). Import the definitions for any printer
types that you use with PRINTDEF.

Then in IQSETUP "Queue Defaults", associate a default
printer type with each queue.
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"Enable Q_OPERATORS to Move/Copy print jobs" - In order
for I-Queue to be able to move and/or copy jobs between
print queues, special rights must be given to the user.
This option will grant all necessary rights to the defined
Queue Operators of a queue. Queue operators are defined
in the NetWare PCONSOLE utility.

"Copy SUPERVISOR's Printcon.Dat to each user" - NetWare's
PRINTCON job configuration information is maintained on a
user by user basis, i.e., each individual has their own
Printcon.Dat configuration file. Most LAN administrators
would prefer to create one Printcon.Dat file that is
shared by all users.

This option copies the SUPERVISOR's Printcon.Dat file to
all users.
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"Make SUPERVISOR's Printcon.Dat GLOBAL" - This option
copies the SUPERVISOR's Printcon.Dat file to SYS:PUBLIC
for use as a global Printcon.Dat file. If you select this
option, you should select the following option:

"Modify NetWare utilities to support Global Printcon" will
configure the NetWare utilities PRINTCON, NPRINT and
CAPTURE to work with this global Printcon file.

"Modify NetWare utilities to support Local Printcon"
reverses the modifications made by the previous option.

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For more information about I-Queue!, and other Infinite
Technologies products, contact:

Infinite Technologies
11403 Cronhill Drive, Suite D
Owings Mills, MD 21117
(301)-363-1097
FAX: (301)-363-3779

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  3 Responses to “Category : Network Files
Archive   : IQUEUE.ZIP
Filename : IQSETUP.HLP

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