Printix Go Epson. Integrates with your MFP’s touchscreen control panel, offering secure print release, copy control, sign in with ID code and more. Subsequent version will also offer sign in with card, a.k.a. card-based authentication. Supports Epson MFPs that are compatible with Epson Open Platform (EOP) version 1.1.
Support for authentication with cloud-based Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) providers: Okta and OneLogin.
Printix App for Android mobile print is now network aware and supports the Via the cloud option On selected networks only. You can use this to make a site's printers available to only the Android phones and tablets on the site's Wi-Fi. A computer with Printix Client must be online on the network and UDP port 21337 must be allowed.
Printix App for Android and iOS/iPadOS will, if you Sign in with another method (not Microsoft and not Google), ask you to enter Your Printix Home (acme.printix.net). After you select OK proceed to select among the sign in methods your administrator has enabled, like Okta, OneLogin, and email (Printix account). Typically, only one method is enabled and you can proceed to sign in without first having to select method. These steps are only required the first time you sign in to the native Printix App. Sign in to Printix Client, Printix Administrator and Printix App web app is unchanged and does not require you to enter your Printix Home. Sign in to Printix Chromebook does not require you to enter your Printix Home if tenant and tenantId is specified in the configuration file. Sign in via printix.net offers Microsoft, Google and Email (Printix account).
On the Printer properties page you can now select which Protocol and Port to be used to connect to the printer. The default is the RAW protocol via default TCP port 9100. Use of other port numbers is also supported. Other options (depending on features of the printer) include: IPPS protocol via default TCP port 443, IPP protocol via default TCP port 80, and LPR protocol via default TCP port 515. Requires Printix Client version 1.3.1047 or later. Please submit a support request to have your Printix Client updated. Appending for example $$ipps to the Printer address to manually configure protocol and port, still works and overrides the selection of Protocol and Port on the Printer properties page. For printers registered before April 2021 you should Contact printer to obtain and update the list of protocols supported by the printer. Prior to this you should ensure the protocols are also enabled on the printer.
Faster printing when submitting multiple Copies from Chromebook. Requires the printer to be connected via the IPPS or IPP protocol and Printix Client version 1.3.1047 or later.
Support for Collate when submitting multiple copies from Chromebook. Requires the printer to be connected via the IPPS or IPP protocol and Printix Client version 1.3.1055 or later.
Remove IPP printer status check before printing to save 2-3 seconds on HP printers connected via the IPPS or IPP protocol. Requires Printix Client version 1.3.1058 or later.
The Self-registration tab on the Authentication page now features two separate Save buttons.
Printix App in rare situations a user could not sign in after having signed out.
Printix App can now handle that more than 20 printers are marked as favorites.
Printix App for Android phones is now represented by the Printix icon instead of a generic Android icon.
The time spent on the upload and lookup of print drivers has been increasing to an undesirable level. Process has now been optimized resulting in reduced times.
Printing of PDF files could fail under very rare circumstances after updating to Printix Client for Windows version 1.3.1035. The issue was caused by new code trying to handle scale (fit to page) parameters when processing the PDF into the printer's native format.
Printix Homes that was registered with a company name that included glyph (|), also known as the pipe or solid vertical bar, did not work correctly after the update to Printix Client version 1.3.1035.
Printix Go HP failed to Verify sign in profile and Install if the printer used applications that included glyph (|) in their communication. Seen with the application EPM Authentication Agent. Requires Printix Client version 1.3.1052 or later.
Printix Anywhere documents released to a printer that had print queue with Process PDF/XPS checked, ignored the choice of paper size.
Card reading algorithm for Elatec TWN3 Mifare USB (VID: 0x09D8 and PID: 0x0310) changed to reflect this is a keyboard emulating card reader.
Printix App for Android version 2.0.15 could on some phones cause the Printix App to crash during start. Issue is solved in Printix App for Android version 2.0.16.
Documents submitted via Universal Print are tracked as 1-page documents.
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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