You can use this LPD (Line Printer Daemon) application to centralize print jobs and redirect them from your computer to the printing devices.
- Version :5.0 Build 1220
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :NetSarang Computer
Xlpd allows you to centralize all the printing jobs received from remote servers via the LPD protocol and redirect them to the local printer. The tool acts a line printer daemon, which can easily be configured on multiple operating systems with no additional setup on the remote side.
LPD serving a single PC or remote servers
Xlpd is a suitable tool that allows you to gather all the printing jobs sent over to your station via LPD protocol, from other servers. It is a handy program when you need to manage remote requests and redirect them to the local printing devices.
However, Xlpd can also work as a print job manager for your computer, allowing you to schedule prints and handle the queue. It features high flexibility in centralizing information from across multiple servers and can send a notification to your email, when the program is being used. You can preview the files before processing them.
Simple printing organization
Xlpd features several tabs, displayed in its interface, which represent the individual queues. Remote users can send the files to the dedicated queue, which can help the organizing of documents much easier.
You can easily create new queues and set their priorities so that you can manage pending jobs. The configuration window can be accessed from the designated menu or simply by double-clicking the desired tab. You can change the LPD port, setup the logging program, as well as enable the email notification. The program can send out messages, so you only need to save the SMTP address.
Helpful log program
Xlpd features a log function, which automatically generates the activity logs. You can thus view the actions that took place, the exact time, the job ID, queue name and a short message, if available. You may easily filter all the entries, based on the queue name, category, file names or period of usage.