This page provides information on the components located in the General tab of the Loftware Print Server Configuration Utility.
LPS runs in memory as a service; therefore, most mapped drive letters, due to new stringent security standards, will not be accessible. When configuring additional scan directories, instead of using a mapped drive (M:\drop), use the Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path (\\ws1\drop).
Before Scan directories can be configured or added, the LPS (Windows) service must be stopped.
|A||Scan Settings||Allows the user to set up additional scan directories for programs that cannot use the default WDDrop folder.|
|B||Multi-Scan Grid||File interface that allows a user to configure custom scan directories.|
|C||Add | Edit | Remove||Adding a scan directory | Edit a preexisting scan directory | Remove a scan directory|
|D||Pass/CSV Data Trim||If data contains leading or trailing spaces, you can use this setting to trim them. Valid for .pas file only.|
Starts or stops the Loftware Print Server in Service Mode.
Auto-start: Select to enable the service to run when the OS starts.
|F||Language||Select the default language for the Loftware Application. Can be made on a per-user basis. Controls the user interface only and does not affect LPS performance.|
|G||Help||Access the LPS Configuration Utility Help.|
Any supported LPS Family product environment
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