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Inside of Pharos Uniprint, no. The only way to engage this would be to create a package using a model driver that only provided monochrome output. You could manage it at the device side using Access Control Lists (ACLs), but it would require that the user name for the job equal what's in the ACL, and the Uniprint charging would be off.
Thank you Scott! I kind of figured as such, but just wanted to make sure there wasn't a better (quicker) option than creating a separate package.
Has the "Color Printing Allowed" feature under user groups been deprecated or broken? It would not necessarily be helpful is users have access to multiple cost centers where they are permitted to print color to one but denied color permissions for another, but so long as any given user is always permitted to print color or never permitted to print color, I would think that the user groups could be utilized to accomplish this. Of course, managing those user groups might be messy, but if they are added to user groups in AD, those who are to be denied color access could easily be batch imported into a "Mono Only" Pharos user group.