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QSTAT is a "quick and dirty" way of showing the current status of your print queues.
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QSTAT is a “quick and dirty” way of showing the current status of your print queues.
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QSTAT
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QSTAT is a "quick and dirty" way of showing the current status of your
print queues. It will show each known print queue (on the current server),
the status of the print queue, and the jobs in that queue.

Jobs will show the job number and the file size.

The format of QSTAT command is simply:

QSTAT

There are no options at this time.


QSTAT is shareware. If you use this program beyond a reasonable amount of time,
say 30 days or so, then you must register it. Registering it will get you the
next upgrade to the program, plus notification of any updates. (A windows
version is being planned).

QSTAT does not contain any "distructive" code, simply information gathering on
the print servers status. Non-registered users of QSTAT do not get any warrenty
of any kind.


QKILL
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QKILL provides a way of deleting files from print queues from the command line.
This simplifies and speeds the process from using PCONSOLE.

The format of the QKILL command is:

QKILL

is the Job Number reported by QSTAT. Since QKILL searches all
print queues known you will be prompted with a "Delete?" if any matches are
found. The idea is that you must check the entry to ensure that is indeed the
one you wish to delete (since multiple queues can have the same numbers).

This is a form of protection from deleting the wrong file.

Users are restricted by NetWare from deleting files that do not belong to them,
but SUPERVISORS and equilivents can delete anyones. (This program allows access
the same way as PCONSOLE does.)

When you get the "Delete?" message, simply press Y if it is the one you wish
to delete. Pressing any other key will skip that entry.

QKILL is shareware. If you use this program beyond a reasonable amount of time,
say 30 days or so, then you must register it. Registering it will get you the
next upgrade to the program, plus notification of any updates. (A windows
version is being planned).

QKILL does contain "distructive" code, it will remove print jobs from a queue
upon proper verification and proper security access.

Non-registered users of QKILL do not get any warrenty of any kind.

Now that I've mention registering, here's how:

o Fill out the registration form and send a check for $15 + $3 S/H to:

Dana Consultants
PO Box 7204
Reston, VA 22091-7204

(703) 620-3554 (leave message, will return call)



QSTAT/QKILL - Registration Form


NAME: _____________________________________________

COMPANY: _____________________________________________

ADDRESS: __________________________________________

CITY/STATE: _______________________________

ZIP CODE: ________________

PHONE: (____) _____ - _______


What version of Netware are you running? _________________




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