Pcounter was created to take page counts from copiers and printers and export it to other systems and formats.

Pcounter for Windows

Pcounter for Windows is designed for Windows print servers, or workstations setup as “servers” with printer sharing.

Supported platforms

Pcounter works with all versions of Windows 2000 or later.

It works automatically with Active Directory and NT4-compatible domains directly without any need to import or create printing accounts.

Pcounter works with both 32 bit and x64 Windows versions.
Pcounter works on Windows clusters and x64 operating systems.
Pcounter has been fully updated and tested with Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2003 R2, 2012, and 7/8.
Pcounter works with Windows Server Core with configuration UIs from remote computers.
Pcounter works on networks where Samba is authenticating logons.
All client platforms are supported. Pcounter can automatically assign print job ownership from other platforms (such as Mac and Unix) or delete the job if an owner cannot be found, or they can use the Pcounter Pro popup clients or the Web Client to authenticate their jobs.
Pcounter works with multiple and/or trusted domains.
Printing accounts can be created in our database in addition to standard domain accounts, for creating temporary accounts or usage at sites where domains are not being used.
Pcounter works in Citrix and Terminal Services environments.
Built in LPD server with more features and better Macintosh support than the Microsoft LPD service.
Integration with external LDAP servers via an additional DLL.
Easy integration with NetWare and OES environments.
Local workstation print tracking.
Intelligent job load balancing across multiple printers.

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