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From: Lubrano di Ciccone, Christophe (DEF) (dicicconeppg.com)
Date: Mon Apr 08 2002 - 12:25:51 CDT
I agree, this concern only the printer having a hard disk and an OS giving this functionality (e.g. canon fiery etc.)
Basically, on NT the jobs are kept only if you checked the "keep printed documents" box in the printer properties.
From: Low - Videoshare [mailto:lowvideoshare.com]
Sent: lundi 8 avril 2002 18:05
To: Seamus Hartmann
Subject: RE: Windows NT 4.0 Print Spooler Security
Keep in mind that some printers even store print jobs on them
after they have been spooled. I had an Cannon ImageRunner (large
copier/printer) that was spooled to from an NT 4.0 queue that kept jobs
stored on it for a long time (days, even weeks) on its internal hard
drive. This was accessed by using a standard browser pointing to the
printer's private IP address. So, if you have a high end printer/copier
like this, you will need to consider hardening or removing this
functionality as well. -Seth
From: Seamus Hartmann [mailto:shartmannfujifilmesys.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2002 5:22 PM
To: 'Focus Microsoft'
Subject: Windows NT 4.0 Print Spooler Security
Recently, I was asked by management if there was a way to reprint print
jobs that are spooled on Windows NT servers. Because the management team
prints a significant amount of documentation that is considered to be
top secret (and we recently lost an administrator for selling stuff to
another company) they are understandably paranoid about this particular
issue. The domain structure as it stands right now does not allow the
printers to be printed to by any machine but the Windows NT 4.0 SP6a
Here are the stipulations;
I need to recreate a specific print job.
I have Domain Administrator access to the server where the spooler
I know the date, time, and log information about this print job.
Is there any way I can reprint this job? Without access to anything but
the Spooler Server?
Thanks in advance!
Senior Network Engineer
Fuji Film, eSystems