If you use Popup to assign a cost center to a job, then that is the one maintained through the billing cycle, regardless of what was picked (or not; if the user chooses personal account) at terminal login. This serves the objective of being able to, say, copy against your personal (or other cost center) account while still releasing print for some other purpose.
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Tim, Scott's (obviously ) correct.
One advantage we've found of the Secure Release prints, beyond the security and lack of waste, is that users only have to enter their userid when they print, so the process doesn't take much longer than non-Pharos printing. They like that. Another is that they can stack up jobs on the server, then release them with one authentication at the iMFP/release station, which is also a time-saver. It's even possible, if they know the titles of their jobs, to select multiple cost centers/grants at the iMFP/release station at the time of release; users can change account during the process.