Printers are one such technical device that are easy to use but difficult to manage. Printer security needs to be configured so as to enable authorized users to print, manage or administer printers on the network.
By default, when you add a printer, Windows
allocates default permissions that let users to connect to the printer and
perform basic functions. The default permissions that are granted include
adding all users so that they can print using the printer. However, for some
reasons, certain printers may need to be stopped from allowing someone who has
a network login to print to a specific printer.
The ‘Print Management’ segment lets you
interact with printers and handles the performance of tasks when it is about
Here are the permissions that Print
Management module includes:
To Add a printer to the computer.
To Install a printer driver on the computer.
To Install a printer port on the system.
To Get the configuration information of a printer.
To Retrieve a list of print jobs in the printer.
To Retrieve a list of printers installed on a
To Retrieve the list of printer drivers installed on
To Retrieve a list of printer ports installed on the
To Retrieve printer properties for the printer.
To Delete printer driver from the computer.
To Remove the specified printer port from the computer.
To Remove a printer from the computer.
To Remove a print job on the printer.
To Read information about printers from an NFC tag
To Rename the printer.
To Restart a print job on the printer.
To Set the configuration information for the
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