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Is There a Way to Limit the Number of Pages of a Print Job?

 
 
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      4th Jun 2008
Hi All,

Is there a way in Server 2000/2003 to limit the number of pages that can be
printed for a given job sent to the queue? We have had instances where
resources are being used-up by individual users sending jobs of 100 pages at
a time. So we would like to set a limit of say 20 pages for a job; the rest
gets truncated. It's a school district environment and resources are tight,
so we are trying to save money.

THANKS!

 
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