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    Help with Papercut - They can transfer money they dont have

    We are new to this, dont think it is quite set up correctly as they have now discovered they can transfer to each other unlimited money (see pic)

    How do I stop this?

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    Last edited by JJonas; 14th February 2014 at 12:29 PM.

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    Ask them to back up the money with physical cash, much like a casino does with the chips on the gaming floor??

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    I feel sorry for the lad who is getting an invoice for 9.9 billion this afternoon

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    Have you got user accounts set to unrestricted?

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    Have you got "allow users to transfer funds to other users" enabled in the options?

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    The two option you need to remove are as @TronXP says the "allow users to transfer funds to other users" and prevent the student accounts from going below £0. I don't recall the setting name but this should resolve the issue.

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    They were set to unrestricted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foofighterjim View Post
    The two option you need to remove are as @TronXP says the "allow users to transfer funds to other users" and prevent the student accounts from going below £0. I don't recall the setting name but this should resolve the issue.

    Looks like it might be overdrafts Using Overdrafts

    they are now set to 0.00

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    How do I remove a print record from the database? One of the students used his new found fortune to try and print 999 pages

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    Can't take the credit (although I already had it set) - someone on here not long ago had a similar situation - they were seeing something akin to the 2008 Financial crisis occurring in their papercut environment

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    How do I remove a print record from the database? One of the students used his new found fortune to try and print 999 pages
    User -> job log, find job and delete (probably)

    You may also wish to set "max copies" and "max pages" on your printers...

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    Thats not it and I have max pages set

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    click the job log and edit the job as you see fit.

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    its options... config.editor... print.stats

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    Sorry, but did you ever try contact the developers? I just contact them direct whenever I had a problem and they were able to solve the problem almost instantly.

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