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huhu2207
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Can I configure my own laptop to use RMIT public printer?

Hi all,

 
I'm new here and I've found there was a guide about how to use RMIT remote desktop to print via RMIT public printers on the RMIT offical site, but I can't find any information about using our own computers to print. So...can I configure my own laptop to use those printers? Thank you everyone!
 
Regards,
Jackson Ming Hu

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Ahutch0
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Re: Can I configure my own laptop to use RMIT public printer?

Hi @huhu2207

Thanks for posting!

 

There is currently a thread on the MyTechCommunity forums regarding this question:
https://community.its.rmit.edu.au/t5/General-Technology-Help/Printing-on-personal-computer/m-p/342#U...

The short answer is: At the current time the only supported methods are through the MyDesktop interface or by signing on to an RMIT computer.
You can also check the guide on how to access your files via MyDesktop, which is linked in the above post.

 

Hope this helps you out!

 

Kind regards,
Adam

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Ahutch0
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Re: Can I configure my own laptop to use RMIT public printer?

Hi @huhu2207

Thanks for posting!

 

There is currently a thread on the MyTechCommunity forums regarding this question:
https://community.its.rmit.edu.au/t5/General-Technology-Help/Printing-on-personal-computer/m-p/342#U...

The short answer is: At the current time the only supported methods are through the MyDesktop interface or by signing on to an RMIT computer.
You can also check the guide on how to access your files via MyDesktop, which is linked in the above post.

 

Hope this helps you out!

 

Kind regards,
Adam

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DFree
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Re: Can I configure my own laptop to use RMIT public printer?

What happened to Installing the PaperCut App and the Richo Drivers on the device?

I had this last year, but am now un able to find any information on it

DFree
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Re: Can I configure my own laptop to use RMIT public printer?

Here is the proper solution

 

http://mams.rmit.edu.au/rtbwgspk9h22.pdf