Use unique server names

Naming conventions for InfoPrint Manager server objects should be consistent and clear. Often, the servername reflects the location of the server or some other unique characteristic, such as boulder1 or Infoprt2. Traditional naming conventions have included an -ld for logical destinations, a -q for queues, and an -ad for actual destinations. For example, server boulder1 has three actual destinations, two logical destinations, and one queue. The server name is boulder1; the actual destination names are printer1-ad, printer2-ad, and printer3-ad; the logical destination names are ip4000-ld and printers-ld; and the queue name that contains all these actual destinations and logical destinations is boulder1-q. Remember, a naming convention should be used that is consistent and clearly describes each object.

Note: PSF actual destination names cannot be longer than 64 characters, and pdserver names used with an SAP system cannot be longer than nine characters. For example, printer1-ad would need to be prnt1-ad for a PSF actual destination.