The Ultimate Citrix Printing Internals Cheat Sheet!
When I was working on my ultimate Citrix XenDesktop internals cheat sheet just a couple of weeks ago I also got asked (thanks, Jamie) if I would consider updating my printing internals cheat sheet. After giving this some thought – which took me about a minute – I decided this was a great idea and got right to it. Although printing, especially on SBC environments is quite stable, in the sense that not a lot has changed throughout the last couple of years when it comes to the architecture, pathways, traffic flow and so on, I managed to rewrite a great deal (almost all) of the material published earlier and to include a bunch of new facts, figures and ‘nice to knows’ along the way. All this, together with the renewed look and feel, freshly created images and the addition of a Table of Contents will greatly enhance your reading experience, I’m sure. If you download a .PDF copy that is.
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I like printing. There, I’ve said it. It’s not that I have implemented dozens of complex print architectures, no, a couple, but far from many. I just like the technology and processes behind it. Especially since printing is considered business critical at almost all customers I have visited. While the reasons for this may vary, imagine this, and I’m sure you’ve seen it as well; a user receives an important e-mail, or perhaps he or she has come across an interesting white paper or another type of document, what will be one of the first things they’ll do? They will print it. Next, they’ll read it, use it as a reference, make notes, they’ll take it home with them, save it on their desks and so on. Not everybody, but it sure does happen a lot. I know I do it. Though I prefer pen and paper over a keyboard as well, so perhaps I’m not the best reference.
Read the entire article here, The ultimate Citrix printing internals cheat sheet
via Bas van Kaam at basvankaam.com