LPD

print server protocol, works with LPR

Windows LPR problems sending large files

We have received several reports recently from customers who are sending large files to RPM using the Windows LPR on the following systems: Read more »

RPM Software Print Server Upgrade, more Unicode support, better Asian operating support

RPM software print serverWe released today a major version of our RPM Remote Print Manager® product, version 5.1.0.88. This is our software print server, which includes the ability to pre-process the data in your print jobs (we refer to this as "transforms") and it provides multiple outputs for your print jobs, which we call "actions".

Unicode support

The biggest single change for this release is that we substantially increased the amount of Unicode support. RPM has been able to use Unicode for Windows text printing for well over a decade. Read more »

RPM Software Print Server Upgrade Expands Support for Unicode, Asian Text Processing, PCL Conversion to More Formats

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RPM Software Print Server Upgrade Expands Support for Unicode, Asian Text Processing, PCL Conversion to More Formats

FAQ: RPM detected another program using port: 515

Problem: RPM reports that another program is running on port 515 Read more »

FAQ: How to get RPM to print text and PostScript

Problem: How do I get RPM Remote Print Manager® to print both text and PostScript correctly? Read more »

FAQ: What is LPR/LPD?

Question: What is LPR/LPD? Read more »

FAQ: Local Telnet test

Problem: How do I check to see if RPM Remote Print Manager® is receiving on my local computer? Read more »

FAQ: Can INTELLIscribe print through a firewall?

Question: Can INTELLIscribe print through a firewall? Read more »

FAQ: Configuring an Apple LaserWriter Pro 810

Problem: My printer is an Apple LaserWriter Pro 810 and it has a built in print server. I cannot configure my print server to work with INTELLIscribe. Read more »

FAQ: How to set up SCO UNIX for RPM

Question: How do I setup SCO UNIX to print to RPM Remote Print Manager®? Read more »

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