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How to add a Print Delivery Station (PDS) to the Enterprise Managed Cloud solution

Using these steps the administrator of the PrinterOn Enterprise Managed Cloud solution can setup a new Print Delivery Station (PDS) in order to add a second print queue to address the need of a new print location.
  1. Create the Serial Number for the PDS:
    1. Login to the PrinterOn Configuration Manager.
    2. Select Home > Serial Numbers.
    3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the Add Print Delivery Station button.
    4. In the pop-up box, enter a descriptive label for the new Print Delivery Station, then select Add. (Enter the office location, building location or remote office code to be able to identify this component easily.)
  2. Assign the printers to the PDS
    • Option 1
      1. Click the Printers tab.
      2. Select the plus (+) sign on the left of the printer, then select Configure.
      3. Expand the Output Location.
      4. From the Attached Printer To: drop-down menu, select the newly added Print Delivery Station.
      5. Select Apply Settings to commit the changes.
    • Option 1
      1. Click the Printers tab.
      2. Select the Link Printers button at the bottom of the page.
      3. In the pop-up menu, select the newly added Print Delivery Station.
      4. Below in the Available Printers menu, select the printer you want to assign to the new PDS by clicking the name of the printer, then select the arrow to transfer the printer to the Linked Printers column OR simply drag and drop the printer to the Linked Printers column.
      5. Select Apply Settings to commit the changes.
  3. Download the licenses file:
    1. Within the PrinterOn Configuration Manager select Home.
    2. Select the Licensing tab.
    3. Scroll to the bottom of the page then select Download Custom License.
    4. In the pop-up menu, drag and drop the newly added PDS to the right column.
    5. Select OK to download the customized licenses file.
  4. Install the Print Delivery Station:
    1. Run the PDS installation.
    2. Select the licenses file previously downloaded.
    3. Complete the installation.
    4. Launch the Configuration Manager and authenticate with a new password.
  5. Configure the Print Delivery Station:
    1. Navigate to the Networking tab.
    2. Confirm that the Service URI details are correct with the correct CPS url (if the field is not appearing, select the gear in the top right corner and ensure Advanced Settings is enabled).
    3. Select the Import settings tab, ensure this completes successfully.
    4. Navigate to the Printers tab to confirm the correct printers are appearing.
    5. Navigate back to the Networking tab, scroll to the middle, and select Edit below the remote listener.
    6. Populate the Remote Listener field with the following values:
      1. Check the box to enable the settings.
      2. Complete the Host Address field to populate the Print Delivery Hub (PDH) information (where to connect to the PDH to download the print jobs).
      3. Complete the Host Port, the port being used to communicate with the PDH.
      4. Select to enable or disable SSL.
      5. Enter the password for the PDH (this is a password used by the PDS to authenticate to the Print Delivery Hub).
      6. Select the Test Remote Listener button to confirm connectivity to the cloud service is operational.
    7. Scroll to the Check Jobs Service section:
      1. Populate the service address details (the address used to connect to the PDH).
      2. Confirm the Service Port being used to connect to the PDH.
      3. Confirm if SSL is required to communicate with the PDH.
      4. Select the Test Check jobs service to confirm connectivity to the cloud service is operational.
    8. Select Apply settings to commit the changes.
note:
Applies to PrinterOn Enterprise Managed Cloud solution.

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