Installing SecurePrint on a PC


If you are using a company owned PC connected to the domain, you should already have the new printer queue. It’s named SecurePrint and should look similar to this.

SecurePrint Queue

If you are on a personally owned PC computer, that is either connected to a wire or to the secure wireless so that you can access other network resources.

⊞ + R to bring up a run line
Then in the blank type:

Make sure the S and P are capital.

It should ask for your username and password to connect.  This is only the first part of your ID, no When it connects, you will probably see the print queue, which shows jobs that are waiting to be released.  

If it reaches this point, it should have installed the printer on your computer.

If you have a Mac, follow these instructions: