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1.  Labels in Trusted Extensions (Overview)

2.  Planning Labels in Trusted Extensions(Tasks)

3.  Creating a Label Encodings File (Tasks)

4.  Labeling Printer Output (Tasks)

Labels on Body Pages

Security Text on Banner and Trailer Pages

Specifying the "Protect As" Classification

Specifying Printer Banners

Specifying Channels

Configuring Security Text on Print Jobs (Task Map)

How to Specify the Text in PRINTER BANNERS

How to Specify Handling Instructions in CHANNELS

How to Set a Minimum "Protect As" Classification

5.  Customizing the LOCAL DEFINITIONS Section (Tasks)

6.  Planning an Organization's Encodings File (Example)

A.  Encodings File for SecCompany (Example)


Security Text on Banner and Trailer Pages

By default, both a banner page and a trailer page are automatically created for each print job. The banner and trailer pages contain label-related text and handling instructions for protecting printer output.

The fields and the text that are printed on the banner page are shown in Figure 4-2. The callouts show the names of the labels and the strings that appear by default.

The text, labels, and warnings that appear on print jobs are configurable. The text can also be replaced with text in another language for localization.

Figure 4-2 Typical Banner Page of a Labeled Print Job

image:Graphic shows location of Protect As classification, job number, Protect As compartments, and handling instructions on a typical banner page.

The differences on the trailer page are shown in the following figure. A thick black line is used as a frame on the trailer page, instead of the thicker gray frame on the banner page. The page type identifier on a trailer page is JOB END.

Figure 4-3 Differences on a Trailer Page

image:Graphic shows location of JOB END page type identifier.

The parts of banner and trailer pages that the Security Administrator role can configure are described in the following sections:

In addition, the Security Administrator role can make the following changes in a print configuration file that is called in the /usr/lib/lp/postscript directory:

To customize the configuration file, see the comments in the file in the /usr/lib/lp/postscript directory. For further details, see Chapter 19, Managing Labeled Printing (Tasks), in Trusted Extensions Configuration and Administration.