deny printing certain file types with Print Audit 4 or thru Windows


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Kellie Marlowe

You get set a policy for the printer/s in windows
or you could use Print Audit 4 (www.printaudit.com)
to set max pages for specific applications as one page.
The user would have to print multiple pages. This event
would be recorded and the user easily identified.
Print Audit 4 captures 23 fields of information,
including by defaualt, the log on identity.

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