Report on Installed Printers Remotely


Views installed printers on remote computers with name, default setting and error description



  

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Printers as well scanners as and other peripheral devices are valuable company assets and shouldn’t be neglected. While executing IT asset management procedures, you should include peripheral devices in the hardware inventory scope and keep track of how these resources are utilized. Action1 enables you to view installed printers on remote computers, with name, default settings, and error description for each printer. Action1 scans the network in seconds, you’ll no longer need to use PowerShell scripts (get-printer PowerShell cmdlet) or a command line to list printers on all workstations at a time. All information you need is presented in the "Installed Printers" report.

Keeping track of installed printers and knowing what endpoints are using them can help you quickly troubleshoot printing issues experienced by remote users, understand printing errors, and resolve them more efficiently. Powered with information from Action1, you can make informed decisions when planning maintenance works or budgeting for upgrades.

Report on Installed Printers Remotely


Latest Release: Action1 Endpoint Security Platform 2.2, May 4, 2020.
For more information, please refer to Action1 Online Documentation

  

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Frequently Asked Questions



1. How do I check if a computer has access to a printer?
On a local computer, navigate to “Control Panel / Hardware and Sound / Devices and Printers” or use the Device Manager. There you’ll see all printers and peripheral devices installed on your computers.

2. Is it possible to locate all printers in the corporate network?
If you are familiar with PowerShell and WMI, you can discover printers using dedicated cmdlets and commands. If you prefer a more user-friendly inventory presentation, consider using Action1 solution that locates all installed printers almost instantly.

3. How to fix a printing error on Windows 10?
On a local Windows machine, navigate to “Settings / Troubleshoot” and select “Printer”. Windows will check the printer and try to fix the issue.




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