To open the setup screen, go to MyQ, Settings, Printers. Under Local Print Spooling, you can activate the feature and change its settings:
Enabled: Click to enable or disable the feature.
Delete ready jobs older than ___ hours: Hours to wait before the spooled jobs are deleted from the printing device's hard disk.
Pull Print: Select to activate pull print for Device Spool. With the Pull Print extension activated, jobs sent to one printing device can be printed on any other printing device connected to the same local area network. If there are more mutually connected devices at the branch, the jobs spooled on the devices can be shared between them. In such cases, jobs sent to one device are displayed on the list of print jobs and can be printed on other devices. The pull print feature is limited to devices on the same subnet.
For the local pull print functionality, it's necessary to have the same time set on all of the participating devices. The easiest way to do this is to synchronize the devices with a time server, such as time.windows.com, time.nist.gov, etc. You can do this in the Date/Time settings on the device Web UI.
To submit the changes, click Save at the bottom of the tab. The Apply new settings dialog box appears. Keep the Reset all terminals option selected and click OK. The settings are then distributed to all connected terminals.
Setting up the Ricoh PCL 6 driver for Local Print Spooling
The Local Print Spooling feature requires the Ricoh PCL 6 drivers installed on the computer of the printing user. In case you are not using the Ricoh drivers for printing to the MyQ server and instead use the custom PJL commands, you need to download it and set it up, as described in Additional configuration on the device. After this, you need to set up the printing user’s User ID on the print driver.
Setting up the User ID on the print driver
On the Devices and Printers in the Windows control panel, right-click the Ricoh driver, and then click Printer properties on the shortcut menu. The Ricoh driver dialog box appears.
On the General tab, click Preferences. The Ricoh driver Printing Preferences dialog box appears.
On the Detailed Settings tab, select the Job Setup menu, and then click Details near the upper-right corner of the menu. The Job Type Details dialog box appears.
In the dialog box, set User ID to Windows Login Name, and then click OK. The setting is changed and the dialog box is closed.
Print drivers for Device Spool
To enable users to send jobs directly to the printing device and use Device Spool, you have to create a new print port and set a port protocol and port number. When configuring the port, use the Raw protocol and one of the four following ports:
10010: Port for direct print. The job is automatically printed after it is received by the printing device.
10011: Port for secured hold print. The job is spooled by the printer and waits there until the user logs in and prints it. It is not possible to print this job on any other than this particular printing device.
10012: Port for Device Spool pull print. The job is spooled by the printing device. Once the user logs on any of the devices connected to the same subnet, information about this job is provided and the job is displayed in the list of the available jobs and can be printed.
10013: Port for Device Spool delegated print. Works the same as the Device Spool pull print, except that the job can be printed by delegates of the sending user.
To ensure proper functioning of the offline pull print feature, you have to turn off IP filters or set a new IP filter which includes all the IP addresses of the printing devices, where the pull print jobs can be stored.
Print languages supported by Device Spool
The following print languages are supported by Device Spool: