You can try, the feature is there, but it occasionally has hiccups, Apple changes things, Xerox has to fix them, it is a reflex action and Xerox can't be proactive when Apple has no reason to tell them every change they make.
CWIS > Properties > Login/Permissions/Accounting > Accounting Methods > Validation Policies / Print Job Exceptions > Edit
Option 1 for MOPRIA and Airprint sourced jobs, Option 2 for anything from a Specific IP Address or Hostname
This has the potential to be a silly question but bear with me.
I have Xerox Standard Accounting enabled and it is only for 2 departments so that is all good. I am advised that you cannot have AirPrint & XSA running as when the device receives a job via AirPrint it has no PIN as no driver used and it would confuse the device.
My use of AirPrint would be for the occasional print from my iPAD. I do not care about tracking these prints as our WI-FI is private and only authorised users could do it.
So is this correct? Or can you set AirPrint enabled and exempt from accounting?
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