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    Disable Windows printing balloon notifications

    Hi all

    Does anybody know of a way to disable the printing balloon notifications that you get when a document is sent to print? We can't disable the balloon notifications as we need them for PaperCut notifications!



    I've found various discussions online about how to disable them locally on a computer but no method of doing it on the print server.

    Thanks in advance.

    Chris

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    Have you tried turning off SNMP on the printer port settings on the server? I know that cuts down at least some of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryTechnician View Post
    Have you tried turning off SNMP on the printer port settings on the server? I know that cuts down at least some of them.
    We are using the PaperCut TCP/IP port and it doesn't have any SNMP settings.

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