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This is the setting we use in Policy Print to stop users from printing to usb attached printers.
Add the Device Connectivity trigger to a Policy and use the Condition 'a printer connected directly to the user's workstation' as shown in the next image:
Once the client has taken the Policy, you should get a pop-up as shown in the next image: ( For this example, the action for this Trigger was set to Deny.)
There are also four other printer attributes that you can create a trigger on; Printer Name, Printer Location, Printer Comments and Printer Driver Name.
Let me know how that works for you. Also, if you post the Advanced view of your Policy, that would be helpful in identifying if the issue is in the Policy itself or somewhere else.
I have been misunderstood.My problem
For examle my user can use network and usb printer.I created "Document total page" policy.This policy only enforce to network printer. USB Printers for the implementation of these rules is there something I need to do differently.
It could be the page count coming from the driver for the usb printer.
Could you tell us the version of Blueprint you are using?
What print driver are you using for the network device and what is the print driver for the usb printer?
Direct output're getting.(Usb Printer and Network Printer).Calculating the number of pages from the printer at all. But usb printer does not effect the rules.
OS:Server 2008 R2
SQL:Server 2008 R2 Sp1
It would be immensely helpful to get the logging that occurs on the workstation when your challenge occurs.
This document describes how to set the Tracker for verbose logging. Once that's done, you can either post the ZIP file here or use it to open a ticket. You may send an email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.