- Printix Client for Windows version 1.3.938.0.
- Printix Client for Mac version 1.3.941.0.
- Printix App version 2.0.12.
- Printix Chromebook version 184.108.40.206.
- Easier printer management. As supplement to Discover printers and Add printer functions you can now use the new Manual registration button to add printers that do not support SNMP. A new printer registration attempt is automatically made if the first attempt failed because there was no computer online on the printer's network. Replacing a printer has also been made easier, as you can use Contact printer function to read the properties of the replacement printer, including MAC address and model. On the Printer properties page optionally use the new Features button to modify the features the printer has been registered with, including Page description language, Color supported and 2-sided supported.
- Serial number of the printer is shown on the Printer properties page.
- Use the new Add gateway button on the Network properties page to add gateways to networks. You can still add networks/gateways from the Computer properties page and Printix Configurator.
- Printix Client can now handle XPS data like PDF data. If the destination printer supports XPS, XPS documents are sent as XPS data to the printer. Check Process PDF/XPS to force the XPS data to be processed according to the print queue's print driver configuration. The Process PDF/XPS setting was formerly known as Process PDF, but has now been renamed.
- Secure print tab has been redesigned to be more intuitive and offer better group support.
- New separate Unknown networks page loads faster and allows Search on gateway IP and MAC address.
- If group policy blocks Printix Client from running the dsregcmd command to detect SSO capabilities, this can now be conveyed via the Windows Registry setting ForceAzurePrt.
- How to deploy Printix Client for Mac with Jamf Pro.
- On the User properties page you can now see which computers the user is signed into.
- On Printix App for iOS/iPadOS Printers page, the browse buttons (previous and next) are now positioned a bit higher from the bottom of the screen, so they are no longer blocked by the home indicator (swipe up bar) on iPhone 10, 11, and 12.
- In Printix App the Scan button is dimmed if there is no selected Printer ID method matching the user's secure print level (1 - Must scan QR code or 2 - Must scan NFC tag).
- In the Printix Chromebook configuration file you can now set method to azure SSO. This is relevant if users' Microsoft work or school account is used for single sign-on (SSO) to users' Google Workspace account.
- If Process PDF/XPS was checked and the process of converting the PDF document failed, Printix Client for Windows will now wait 10 minutes and then resume to process subsequent documents. Before it would wait until either the computer or the Printix Service was restarted, and only then start to process subsequent documents.
- Printix Client can now send print data encrypted with Secure IPPS to Konica Minolta printers.
- Printix Client for Mac is using new Apple certificate.
- Printix Cloud Print API can now also be used to submit documents to Printix Redirector print queues.
- In this version and earlier, having more than 20 printers marked as favorites in Printix App may result in the Error message: Http failure response for (unknown url): 0 Unknown Error. To resolve open the Printers page and reduce the number of favorite printers by selecting the solid star to remove printer as favorite. Fix is pending development task (PP-6240).
- This version of Printix App on Android phones is represented by a generic Android icon instead of the Printix logo. Pending an update to third-party framework (PP-5211).
- This version and earlier of Printix App on iPhone 7 and above with iOS 13 or later, does NOT support register NFC tag. Pending an update to third-party framework (PP-5126).
- On Windows, when you open the Control Panel, Features and Programs and select Printix Client the Product version is that of the initially installed Printix Client.
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