What options are available in the configuration policy of PrinterOn for Microsoft? - c06242362
The following values can be configured within the configuration policy of the PrinterOn for Microsoft application. These values will then be pushed to the user device by default. In most cases, these values cannot be changed by the end user, but there is also some control from the policy around what can be managed by the user.
|When true, the settings are saved to app. When false, the saved settings are removed from app.
|Optional . A description of the service being deployed and configured.
|he URL to be used by the application to communicate with the PrinterOn Server. This must be a fully qualified URL. For example: https://company.printanywhere.com/cps
|When true, the serviceURL is set as the default service used by the application. In most cases, this option should be set to true
|When true, the serviceURL is locked; the user cannot modify the configuration.
When true, the
is set as the default and locked, and the app can only communicate with the specified service URL.
Users cannot query an external service (such as PrinterOn Public/Hosted) for printers. When serviceRestrict is true, the values set for serviceDefault and serviceLock are ignored; in this case, the specified serviceURL is always the default, and is always locked.
This setting is available as of version 3.3.2 of the PrinterOn Mobile App.
|Defines one or more alternative PrinterOn services, if your organization has multiple PrinterOn services deployed. Each service listed must include the service URL and an optional service description. If included, the service description is preceded with : =. Multiple services are separated by two commas (,, ). For example: https://123.456.78.901/cps:=China office,, https://123.456.78.902/cps,,https://123.456.78.903/cps:=Test Environment
|Optional . A message sent to the device with the configuration. This message appears when the configuration is applied to the application.
When true, the Documents button is displayed on the
app Home screen, allowing users to access and print documents in local storage, or from cloud storage providers such as Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, and others.
By default , this option is set to false and the Documents button is not displayed
When true, the Email button appears on the
app Home screen, allowing users to download and print email attachments from the app.
By default , this option is set to false and the Email button is not displayed.
When true, the Web button does not appear on the
app Home screen, preventing users from using the app to print web content.
By default , this option is set to false and the Web button is displayed.
When true, the user must scan a printer’s QR code in order to release a print job to the printer. Clicking the Release button for a print job within the app automatically opens the app’s QR code scanner. All other methods of identifying a printer for release are disabled. If the user’s device does not have a camera, no Release button is displayed, and the user cannot release the print job to a printer.
By default , this option is disabled.
Defines the size of the document cache (in MB) used by the app to store print job data. The cache can be set to one of the following values:
|The version. This setting must be a value of one.