Indicates that LDAP authenticated jobs are held in the actual destination queue until they are released from the printer device configured in a Pull Print or AnyPlace Print environment. If the LDAP authenticated jobs are not released from the printer device, they are deleted from the system according to pull-print-job-timeout.
Pull Print Printer
AIX, CUPS, Passthrough, PSF Other
You can enter one of these fixed values:
|Fixed Value||Input Synonym|
- The pull-print-printer attribute can only be set if at least one of the Pull Print or Linux Mobile Secure Print features is installed.
- This attribute can be set to true only if the force-printer-setup is set to false, and the logical-destinations-assigned and printer-tcpip-internet-address attributes are set to any values.
- If you do not want to use SNMP to monitor the printer, set the use-snmp attribute to false.
- If a printer identified by the printer-tcpip-internet-address attribute does not have the Pull Print or AnyPlace Print embedded client installed, no pull print jobs can be scheduled to this actual destination.
- On a Passthrough actual destination, the device-name attribute must be set to the same printer identified by the printer-tcpip-internet-address actual destination attribute. On an AIX and CUPS actual destination, the printer-command attribute must point to the same printer identified by the printer-tcpip-internet-addres actual destination attribute.
- The Pull Print Feature does not work if the pull-print-printer actual destination is associated with a logical destination in a pdserver and that pdserver does not have a pull-print-job-timeout server attribute.
For more information, see Secure Print: Installing and Configuring.