Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What does EveryonePrint do?
EveryonePrint is a server based secure and mobile printing solution that allows users to print from their workstations, notebooks or mobile devices with extreme ease, using Web print, driver printing or email printing.
Q. What doesn't EveryonePrint do?
EveryonePrint doesn't do any extensive print tracking, accounting or user billing, but EveryonePrint integrates easily with products that do.
Q. How do I install EveryonePrint?
Install EveryonePrint Server on any Windows server on your network, and users can print via the EveryonePrint interfaces to the printers you make available. A typical basic EveryonePrint installation takes only 10-20 minutes.
Q. What do I need in order to start using EveryonePrint?
You will need a server with a Windows operating system (all 2003 or 2008, or 2012 server 32 or 64 bit). For testing we recommend a minimum of 1 gb ram and 10 gb free disk space. For production in higher volume printing, we recommend 2-4 gb ram, and ideally 20 gb free disk space.
Q. Can EveryonePrint be installed on a Windows 7 or 8 workstation?
While you can install EveryonePrint on any version of Windows (we've even had fun running EveryonePrint on a Windows 2000 server), and we use Windows 7 and 8 internally for development, demos or labs, for live production use, we only officially support Windows server operating systems. The reason is that if the EveryonePrint server is supposed to handle any real print volume, then the workstation operating system doesn't scale properly.
Q. Which languages are supported?
The administration interface is available in English, French and German.
The end-user interfaces support 20 languages : most European languages including Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish and Welsh and also Russian, Turkish, Chinese, Korean and Japanese. It's easy to translate to other languages, so if you need something else, please contact us!
Q. Can the EveryonePrint server be on its own server or should it be installed on the print server?
Where you install EveryonePrint is completely up to you. Some prefer to separate tasks on different servers, and others prefer to combine all print related tasks on one print server.
EveryonePrint can be a resource demanding application, as the server typically handle many of the tasks done by several workstations like converting an office document to a printable version, therefore it's essential that it is fitted with proper sufficient CPU and memory to handle the print volume.
Q. I want wifi and mobile printing, but only on our internal network.
EveryonePrint is installed locally on your network, and if you want, you can keep everything local. Nothing is transmitted to outside third parties, and no access from outside to inside your network is necessary. You can decide how much you want to open up, for example to allow users to be able to print from home, coffee shops, other departments and so on.