1) In the VoyagerE and Harrier machines there is the Printable Data tab on the web interface. Either type the command as you see it in the above post:
!R! EGRE; EXIT;
!R! ACNT “REST”;EXIT;
and Send. Or type it into a Notepad file, and browse to that file, then Send.
2) On the Wysecore machines Printable Data has been removed from the web interface, so you can use KM-Net Viewer > Broadcast Function. It works exactly like Printable Data.
3) LPR Jar is a free Java based utility. Prepare the Notepad file as above. Open up the utility. Browse to the prepared file. Enter the IP address of the printer, and Send. This is the easiest of all the ways. You can run this little utility off a USB stick and just plug into a users PC.
4)You can also send your PreScribe from the command line. You’ll need a functioning print driver set up for this one to work. Prepare the Notepad file as above and place it in the root drive (C:). On the command line type:
C:jsmith>copy prescribecommand.prn fullcomputernameprintersharename
where prescribecommand.prn is your Notepad file
where fullcomputername is the full computer name of server (or your PC if connected by crossover)
where printersharename is the printer’s share name as set up in the driver
You can also output prescribe to a logical port through command line:
echo >HOSTNAMELP1 !R! EGRE; EXIT;