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The Windows Line Printer Daemon is an application that runs on your Windows PC, allowing your PC to accept print jobs from any Line Printer Protocol host.
This means you can have your mainframe, UNIX servers, NT servers all print to your PC even if you’re not on the same physical or virtual network. You don’t need to share your printer with your NT server, and you don’t need complex resource sharing software for UNIX.
The LPR protocol is an Internet standard supported by UNIX, NT, and most mainframe systems. It allows any machine that speaks LPR to talk to another machine to arrange a print job.
To accept a print job from a remote host, you need to have a daemon running. The daemon is a small program (WinLPR in this case) which listens for print jobs from a host or hosts, and accepts and prints them.
The daemon must be running to work properly, but it requires no user intervention to function.
WinLPR is also pretty small, simple and easy-to-use.
Here are some key features of “WinLPR”:
■ Start minimized and as service options. Start automatically will run after the user logs in… if you want to accept print jobs before a user logs in, start as a service. Note: to run as a service under Windows NT/2000 requires the NT Service version.
■ Suppress or allow banner (who it came from) pages for each job and queue.
■ Confirm job before print, and insert CR/LF to combat “stair step” effect.
■ Full logging to a file.
■ Accept jobs from only sanctioned hosts.
■ Send Printer Control Files before and after print jobs to activate special features of your printer (such as change to landscape mode, etc.)
■ Create multiple queues for jobs. Each queue can print to a different printer, send leading and trailing control files to the printer to configure it, ask a user for job print confirmation, convert fineleeds to carriage return linefeed pairs and ban or allow hosts to send print jobs.
■ Take advantage of the “any” queue. The “any” queue is a special queue the WinLPR creates for you. This queue allows you to accept any job, even if you don’t know the “proper” queue name it was sent to, and send it to a printer. Again, you can perform manipulations like any other queue.
■ Hide unnecessary configuration information by turning advanced menus off, minimizing the chances a user will alter settings.
■ Remote management allowing you to control all settings (except language), turn accept and print job functionality on and off; print a test job and see the main log (since you connected) among other things, all through the Internet or your local TCP/IP network.
Limitations:
■ 40-days trial

 

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■ Windows Line Printer Daemon is a small tool that allows you to accept print jobs from a Windows NT or Win2000 host, or from any host that uses the Line Printer Protocol (LPR) with a LPR server daemon running on that host. You don’t need to share your printer with your NT server.
■ As a service you don’t need to install LPRd daemon on NT server
■ Require no user interaction
■ Accept only sanctioned jobs
■ Full logging
■ Accept jobs from any host, even one that you don’t have authorized access to (such as an NT server)
■ Take advantage of the any queue
■ Remote control of any settings except LPRd daemon.
Installation:
■ Install as a service. Start with Program and Features. It will install to the following path:
C:\WINNT\System32\winlpr.exe
■ Put the executable file (winlpr) in your “C:\Windows\System32” directory
■ Note: LPRd daemon must be installed in a different directory to your WinLPR so it does not conflict with WinLPR
■ Login to your NT server as administrator
■ When the server boots up, you will see the WinLPR service
■ Run WinLPR from the NT server.
■ When WinLPR is running you can access it through the Network neighborhood by clicking on its icon.
■ Windows Line Printer Daemon can be configured for remote management over your local network. In order to do so, follow the instructions below.

INFORMATION
First of all WinLPR is not a ‘GUI’ (graphical user interface) application. Therefore Windows users have to be connected to a UNIX machine which has a LPR daemon. To do this, follow the instructions below.
IMPORTANT
Do not start the daemon remotely via the Windows LPR daemon. Instead, start it on a UNIX machine.
OPTIONAL
To automatically start WinLPR with Windows you can add it to your taskbar. See the end of this document for more information.

How to Configure Remote Control
In order to use remote control of your printer you need to use the option “Remote Control” on the winlpr.ini configuration file.
This is the file

WinLPR Crack Incl Product Key

-Allows you to provide a password for WinLPR when it starts.
-Generates a base64 (slightly encrypted) password and stores it in the registry as
a string.
-If the password provided is the same as that in the registry (or it is blank) it will
use that one.
-If the password provided is different, it will print an error message and stop.
-Will not allow you to set the password as blank if you provided a password.
-Will not ask for a password if it is the first time WinLPR is started.
-The defaults are very good so you probably don’t have to modify these.
-Windows does not seem to have a problem allowing a user with “Administrator”
permissions (at least not in an Active Directory environment). However, you are
encouraged to not start WinLPR as “Administrator” if you use a different user
with “Administrator” permissions (use a new user, such as an “Domain Admin”
user).
Base64 Format:
Encode the following string (without the + or / characters):
base64-decode-string(string)
base64-encode-string(string)
Example:
(decode-base64-string base64-decode-string)
(encode-base64-string base64-encode-string)
The decoded string is stored in the registry as a string.
The encoded string is printed to the terminal as the string.
If the string contains invalid base64 characters or characters that should be
escaped, the encoded string will be printed without any illegal characters.
In the case of invalid characters, WinLPR will still print the un-escaped base64
data if you print it to the terminal.
You can use the base64 decoder and encoder on the command line by typing the
following:
Base64-decode-string(string)
Base64-encode-string(string)
Base64-decode-string(string)
Base64-encode-string(string)
For a little extra convenience, WinLPR allows you to include a password
when it starts:
KEYMACRO Usage:
winlpr /authpassword
KEYMACRO Description:
-Allows you to provide a password for WinLPR when it starts.
-Generates a base
1d6a3396d6

WinLPR

WinLPR is a small program which runs on Windows NT/Windows 2000 machines.
WinLPR is similar to the DOS LPR daemon, and is used to listen for and accept Line Printer Protocol (LPR) requests from your clients and servers.
WinLPR can accept print jobs from the clients on any TCP/IP network, and save the incoming print job to any directory you specify.
WinLPR can be started by the System account, or by a privileged user, and will run continuously unless you tell it not to.
WinLPR allows you to control the configuration of your clients and servers, and to validate and print a test job sent from a client or server before it prints a job.
You can print jobs on a local network and on a networked printer on another computer, and you don’t have to be on the same physical or virtual network as your clients or servers. WinLPR can be run from within the Internet to listen for LPR requests from your clients and servers on the Internet.
The WinLPR client/server communication includes LPR Remote Management Server support, so you can remotely control all LPR client configurations, including the queue print status, queue job status, etc. from any TCP/IP network.
WinLPR can be setup as a service, or run in the background as a daemon.
WinLPR is also pretty small, simple and easy-to-use.
Features:
■ Start minimized and as service options. Start automatically will run after the user logs in. if you want to accept print jobs before a user logs in, start as a service. Note: to run as a service under Windows NT/2000 requires the NT Service version.
■ Suppress or allow banner (who it came from) pages for each job and queue.
■ Confirm job before print, and insert CR/LF to combat “stair step” effect.
■ Full logging to a file.
■ Accept jobs from only sanctioned hosts.
■ Send Printer Control Files before and after print jobs to activate special features of your printer (such as change to landscape mode, etc.)
■ Create multiple queues for jobs. Each queue can print to a different printer, send leading and trailing control files to the printer to configure it, ask a user for job print confirmation, convert fineleeds to carriage return linefeed pairs and ban or allow hosts to send

What’s New in the WinLPR?

WinLPR is a tool that enables you to receive and print incoming LPR print jobs from remote hosts using the WinLPR daemon. This application is intended for companies that require to connect to LPR (Line Printer Protocol) hosts that they cannot be connected to in a direct manner, thus requiring use of the WinLPR daemon.

WinLPR Installation:

You can install WinLPR on all versions of Windows except Windows NT. The following sections describe the various methods of installing WinLPR. If you are installing the WinLPR service, see the “WinLPR Service” section.

WinLPR 1.0.3.3

1. Download WinLPR from the WinLPR web site.2. Follow the instructions on the web site.3. Follow the wizard to install the software.4. Follow the wizard to complete the installation.

WinLPR 1.0.4.4

1. Install WinLPR using the Wizard on the WinLPR Web site.2. Follow the instructions on the web site.3. Follow the instructions to complete the installation.

WinLPR 1.0.5.5

1. Download WinLPR from the WinLPR web site.2. Unzip the file.3. Double-click on the file “WinLPR-1.0.5.5.exe” to start the installation.4. Follow the wizard to complete the installation.

WinLPR 1.0.6.5

1. Download WinLPR from the WinLPR web site.2. Unzip the file.3. Double-click on the file “WinLPR-1.0.6.5.exe” to start the installation.4. Follow the wizard to complete the installation.

WinLPR 1.0.7.5

1. Download WinLPR from the WinLPR web site.2. Unzip the file.3. Double-click on the file “WinLPR-1.0.7.5.exe” to start the installation.4. Follow the wizard to complete the installation.

WinLPR 1.1.3.3

1. Download WinLPR from the WinLPR web site.2. Unzip the file.3. Double-click on the file “WinLPR-1.1.3.3.exe” to start the installation.4. Follow the wizard to complete the installation.

WinLPR 1.1.4.4

1. Install WinLPR using the Wizard on the WinLPR Web site.2. Follow the instructions on the web site.3. Follow the instructions to complete the installation.

WinLPR 1.1.5.5

1. Download WinLPR from

System Requirements For WinLPR:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor 2.8 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce 9600 GT or ATI® Radeon™ HD 3650 (accelerated graphics driver required)
Sound Card: DirectX® 9.0c compatible (Windows® 7 Ultimate only)
Hard Drive: 25 GB available space
DirectX®: DirectX® 8.1c compatible (Windows® 7 Ultimate only)
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