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Printer server software, (just need something that makes lists.)

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Sealclubber, Jun 7, 2005.

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  1. Sealclubber

    Sealclubber Thread Starter

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    Hey guys, i have a win2k Domain controller set up as a Print Server, but i need abit of information.

    My boss wants me to create a list of all things printed, such as the size, whom printed it, to what printer and the name of the document.

    Well, its easy enough to make a spare Event log in event viewer and set it up to only record print events, but problem is, when i export the list to a TXT to print it, i only get the basic stuff, i don't get what i need which is the discription. Which can be found by dbl clicking on one of the print events.

    Now i'm wondering if there is a program out there that would just make my life alot easyer, something that would print out nice little reports for my allpowerful boss.


    Also, while i'm at it i'll post the rest of my wishlist.

    I need a program that can record all the websites visited on the network and that could make a nice little list very similar to the print server list.

    If anyone could give me a hand i'd really appreteate it.
     
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  3. Sealclubber

    Sealclubber Thread Starter

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    Thanks alot.

    Now, any ideas on the other wish list of software?
     
  4. Squashman

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    You would need a proxy server to do that. Squid comes to mind.
     
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