Hmm. Off hand I can't think of any way to do that (though I'm sure there are people who know a lot more about than I do).
You could set your Pharos to display a message at that particular release station instructing the end use to release only one job at a time (or suffer issues). The end user would see the message immediately after they sign in to the release station and before seeing the list of print jobs. You can set the message to be shown for a period of time, or a number of times, or perpetually.
I know you can shut off the Print All button in the Release Station config in Pharos Admin. You can find it under the Session settings. Beyond that, I'm afraid signs and documentation are your only routes.
On the Release Station that you want to disallow multiple job select, open the registry editor and navigate to:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Pharos\Station (may be slightly different on a 64 bit OS)
Find (or add) the following value:
MultiSelectJob (it is a REG_DWORD value)
Set it to 0 (zero). Here is a description of what it does (from the Pharos Help):
Allows users to select multiple jobs at the Pharos Station and print them all (this is the default behavior). When this option is disabled (i.e. set to 0), a user has to click on each job and print them individually.
Hello everyone, this last option worked great!!!!!
Thanks for all your input!