Faculty/Staff Printing: Architecture

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Overview

This article provides printing information for the School of Architecture, including links to detailed instructions for installation and advanced usage of network printers.

Systems

  • Computers running Windows or Mac OS X

Users

  • Users in the School of Architecture

Actions

General Information

Printing in the School of Architecture is facilitated through the use of networked printers, server-based print queues, and PaperCut Software. Installation of core printers is automated for Supported Computers.

Supported Computers - Connections to core printers will automatically be installed based on your location:

  • Architecture Building: Canon imageRUNNER 3235 in 101C
  • Architecture Annex: TBD
  • Temple Hoyne Buell Hall: Xerox WorkCentre 5325PT in room 20

Supported Computers will also be configured to allow their user to connect to additional networked printers. Details on available printers can be found in the Printer List. PCs will obtain print drivers from the print server and Macs will have common drivers preinstalled. Users may make an Technology Services at FAA Help Desk help request for additional support, including assistance with personal desktop printers.

Personally Owned Devices - Technology Services at FAA will make its best effort to support printing from personally owned devices. Information about networked printers in the School of Music is available from the Printer List . Please make an Technology Services at FAA Help Desk help request for additional support.

Printer List

Self-service printer connection instructions are provided for users who wish to manually connect to printers from Supported Computers or personally owned devices. Technology Services at FAA cannot guarantee that users will be able to print from personally owned devices. The user assumes all liability associated with printing from personally owned devices.

Click on the appropriate link in the "Platform" column for installation instructions. If you do not see your printer listed, please make an Technology Services at FAA Help Desk help request. Please do not add any networked print queues that are not listed in this table without consulting with Technology Services at FAA. Queues that are not listed may be disabled without notice.

Printer LocationPrinter DescriptionPlatformPrint Server URLQueue NamePrinter Installed Options
101C Arch Building Canon imageRUNNER 3235

Mac

Windows

faa-print.ad.uillinois.edu Arch-101C-Canon-iR3235 TBD
20 TBH Xerox WorkCentre 5325PT

Mac (SMB)

Windows

faa-print.ad.uillinois.edu TBH-20-Xerox-WC5325PT

Paper Trays = 5 Trays (High Capacity Tandem Trays),

Feeder = Not Installed,

Finisher = Office Finisher LX,

Hole Punch Module = Not Installed,

LAN Fax Module = Not Installed

Support

General Printing Information

  • Faculty/Staff Printing: Architecture +

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  • Faculty/Staff Printing: Music +

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  • Lab/Student Printing: Architecture +

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  • Lab/Student Printing: DURP +

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  • Lab/Student Printing: LA +

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  • Lab/Student Printing: Theatre +

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  • Mac OS X - Adding a Networked Print Queue (LPD) +

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  • Mac OS X - Adding a Networked Print Queue (SMB) +

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  • Mac OS X - Print Job "On Hold (Authentication required)" +

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  • Music: Secure Printing to Konica/Minolta MFP's +

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  • PaperCut Client Installation +

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  • PaperCut monthly billing procedures +

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  • PaperCut: Paid Printing in FAA Labs +

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  • PaperCut: User Support and Business Operations +

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  • Printing With PaperCut +

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  • Windows - Adding a Networked printer +

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