This article shows an overview of some possible Print&Share configurations.
Please note that every environment is different and might have limitations. If you are not sure about a configuration, ask for more details.
This is the most default and recommended configuration of Print&Share. Print&Share is installed on each individual computer or laptop and each uses has its own Print&Share.
This is the most default and recommended server configuration. Print&Share is only installed on the Windows Server. Users log in via Remote Desktop/Terminal Services and work on the server.
Each user will have their own Print&Share on the server.
This server configuration is similar to the single server configuration, the only difference is that you have a server farm to load balance the users.
A master image is shared on the slave servers.
In this configuration the Print&Share is installed on the server and the Ricoh Print&Share printer driver is shared.
Clients do not log in on the server and will not see the Print&Share user interface. They will only be able to print to the shared Print&Share printer.
In this situation the users work on their local PC and also on the server via remote desktop.
They should be able to print to Print&Share from their desktop and from the remote desktop on the server.