Support for Azure/Office 365 authentication. This method saves the user from having to remember an additional password. Passwords are handled entirely by Azure and sign in can happen even if there are no computers that act as proxy. See also: Printix Administrator Manual
Support for Citrix and Remote Desktop Services (RDS).
Convert print queues is now disabled by default. That way, no changes are made to the existing printer setup until the administrator decides.
Printer activation: Administrators are now in full control of when printers become active, and thereby when users can use Printix Client to add these. Previously, discovered printers were activated by default.
Sign in page: Redesigned to support Azure/Office 365 authentication.
Print notification: Now displays the name of the document being printed.
Printix Client for Windows: The menu now opens with both a click and right-click. Before, a click would open the Add printer dialog. If you search for Printix Client and click it, a dialog will tell you how to open the menu.
Printix Freedom: The Select print method dialog has been improved and now displays the name of the document being printed.
On rare occasions the Printix Client sign in window appeared without content.
Avoid installing on computers where there are signed in users, as these users can not print to Printix managed printers, until they sign out and sign in again. See details in the new section in: Printix Administrator Manual
Printix Client for Windows: On Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) at sign in, it may complain about missing System.web.dll and errors in production.js. This happens if Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 is installed. To resolve, upgrade to Microsoft .NET Framework 4.
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