Secure Global Desktop 4.40 Administration Guide > Printing > Can I Change the Name of the Printer in the Windows 2000 or 2003 Application Session?
Yes and no.
Printers created in a Windows 2000 application session have the format "printer_name/Sun SGD/Session number",
HP LaserJet 8000 Series PS/Sun SGD/Session 1.
Printers created in a Windows 2003 application session have the format "printer_name (from Sun SGD) in session number",
HP LaserJet 8000 Series PS (from Sun SGD) in session 1.
For Unix, Linux and Mac OS X clients, the printer_name comes from the printer configuration file for these clients. For Windows clients, the printer_name comes from the printer driver.
You can change the "Sun SGD" part of the printer name by
By adding a
-netbiosname "name" argument for the ttatsc command, for example
-netbiosname "IndigoInsurance", you can change the name
the printer name in the example above to
HP LaserJet 8000 Series/PS/IndigoInsurance/Session 1
Note The name can only be 15 characters long. If you use more than 15 characters, the name will be truncated.
If you are using Secure Global Desktop PDF printing, you can amend the names of the PDF printers.
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