Using the InfoPrint Manager Mac OS X client

The InfoPrint Manager Mac OS X client enables users of Mac OS Xto issue InfoPrint Manager commands over a TCP/IP-connected network to an InfoPrint Manager server. Using a UNIX command line or shell script, you can issue a variety of commands to the InfoPrint server. The Macintosh client supports files larger than 2 GB in size.

To install the Mac OS X client on a Mac OS X machine, you can use the InfoPrint Manager Common Clients DVD-ROM, LCD4-5642.

Access to the InfoPrint Manager server and to the InfoPrint Manager commands is controlled on the system where the server is installed. For information about providing access, see InfoPrint Manager for Linux.

Note: For the latest information about installing the InfoPrint Manager Mac OS X client, consult the installation procedures on the InfoPrint Manager site at:

If you are using the non-LDAP InfoPrint Manager Os X client in a PAM/SSO environment, the LDAP user taken from the LDAP(PAM)/Active Directory system authentication session is used for the IPM user-related attributes.