Windows Server 2003

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 »

Run RPM 5.x as a non-privileged user

Problem:  RPM Remote Print Manager® 5.x runs as the local System account by default. In some rare circumstances, it may be desirable to run RPM as a non-privileged user account. This can create permissions-related complications and file access. Read more »

FAQ: Error (-5006 : 0x80004005) during installation

Problem: During installation I get the message: An error (-5006 : 0x80004005) has occurred while running the setup Read more »

FAQ: Opening Log Options causes a server busy message

Problem: When trying to access the Log Options dialog on a Windows Server 2003 operating system, a Server Busy message pops up  Read more »

FAQ: How to determine the IP Address

Problem: What are some ways of determine the IP Address of my computer? Read more »

FAQ: How do I use broadcast printing?

Question: I want to utilize the broadcast printing feature in INTELLIscribe®. What are the requirements and how do you configure the Virtual Printer Port? Read more »

FAQ: Error message during RPM installation

Problem: When attempting to install RPM, INTELLIscribe, or ExcelliPrint on Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003, the installation fails with a 5006:0x80004005 setup initialization error. Read more »

LPR Print Client - INTELLIscribe

INTELLIscribe® installs on Windows 2000 through Windows 7 allowing you to send print jobs to printers, print servers, or any IP addressed device, anywhere in the world using TCP/IP technology.

RPM Remote Print Manager Version Differences

RPM Remote Print Manager® comes in two versions; RPM Select and RPM Elite.

RPM Elite and RPM Select are both at version They use the same code base; the difference is that Elite has additional features and some restrictions relaxed. Please read the full list of RPM features if you are unsure of which version you need. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Read more »

Syndicate content