College of FAA, Services, Printing, Lab / Student Printing: DURP

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This article applies only to Faculty, Staff and Students of the College of Fine and Applied Arts (FAA).

For more information, please contact Technology Services at FAA via:

• Phone: (217) 333-1986
• The Web: https://it.faa.illinois.edu/

Overview

This article provides information on printing in lab spaces in the Department of Urban & Regional Planning, including links to detailed instructions for installation of networked printers and information about paying for printing.

Systems

  • Computers running Windows or Mac OS X

Customers

  • Faculty, Staff and Students of the Department of Urban & Regional Planning

Actions

General Information

Printing is currently offered for students, faculty, and staff in the DURP Computer Lab in TBH 227, and for select users in other locations. Printing is facilitated and managed through the use of networked printers, server-based print queues, and PaperCut software. Printers are available from lab computers and can also be added to personally owned computers (see below).

PaperCut

PaperCut is used to charge users appropriately for printing and help track and monitor printing systems. When users print to DURP lab printers they are offered the opportunity to review and confirm charges before releasing their print jobs for printing. Lab users are charged as follows:

  • Students: Student printing is charged to their PaperCut "Billing" account. Charges are transferred to their Banner SAR account on or before the 1st of each month.
  • Faculty and staff: Non-student printing is charged to the user's FAA-DURP-credit account in PaperCut, provided that the user has a positive balance.
  • Shared accounts: Select users may be allowed to charge their printing to shared accounts for projects or classes, when appropriate. Charges will be audited. Please visit the TBH Business Services Center in room 105 to request a shared account.

Also note that students, faculty, and staff from DURP are allowed to use the Architecture labs for printing. Certain Shared Accounts may be usable on Architecture printers subject to inter-departmental arrangements.

Please see the PaperCut user web interface for your balances and print history and to accept charges and release jobs for printing.

For more information on print charging, please see our documentation on PaperCut.

Please see printing with PaperCut for step-by-step instructions on printing with this system.

Refunds

Requests for refunds should be made through the Department of Urban & Regional Planning. Please visit the DURP front office in TBH 111 inquire.

BYOD Printing

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

Users may want to install the PaperCut Client on their BYOD devices. It is only strictly necessary for users charging to shared accounts as users can access the hold/release queue via the PaperCut user web interface. Please see our article on the PaperCut Client for a download link, installation instructions, and more information.

Instructions for installing printer connections on BYOD computers are available below. Click on the appropriate link 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 queues for lab printers 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 Location Printer Description Platform Print Server URL Queue Name Printer Installed Options
310 Noble Hall HP LaserJet 4350tn (B&W laser)

• Mac (SMB)

• Windows
faa-print1.ad.uillinois.edu noble-310-hp-lj4350 • Tray 3 = 500-Sheet Input Tray

• Tray 4 = Not Installed

• Tray 5 = Not Installed

• Duplex Unit = checked

• Printer Disk = Installed

• Envelope Feeder = unchecked

• Accessory Output Bins = Not Installed

• Fit to Page = Nearest Size and Scale

• Total Memory = 96 - 127 MB

101 Stock Pavilion HP Officejet Pro 8600 (B&W inkjet)

• Mac (SMB)

• Windows
faa-print1.ad.uillinois.edu stockp-101-hp-ojp8600 • HP Two-sided Printing Accessory (Duplexer) = checked

• Optional Paper Input Tray = unchecked

227 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall HP LaserJet Enterprise M604n (B&W laser)

• Mac (SMB)

• Windows
faa-print1.ad.uillinois.edu tbh-227-hp-ljem604 • Duplex Unit = unchecked

• Envelope Feeder = unchecked

• Tray 2 with Custom Media Cassette = unchecked

• Tray 3 = Not Installed

• Tray 4 = Not Installed

• Tray 5 = Not Installed

• Tray 6 = Not Installed

• HP LaserJet 500-sheet 5-bin Mailbox = Not Installed

• HP 500-sheet Stapler/Stacker = Not Installed

• HP 500-sheet Stacker = Not Installed

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Keywords:Department of urban and regional planning   Doc ID:63868
Owner:Michael C.Group:University of Illinois Technology Services
Created:2016-06-05 12:59 CDTUpdated:2017-03-27 10:58 CDT
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