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Prerequisites: Client Configuration Management

During the first few days after any new infrastructure went live, we usually spent about 80% of our time fixing unforeseen printing problems. Printers will eat your lunch. Assuming you can pick your printers, use high-quality postscript printers exclusively.

The best print infrastructure we've seen by far is the one a major router vendor uses internally -- 90 Linux print servers worldwide spooling to 2000 printers, seamlessly and reliably providing print service to thousands of UNIX and NT clients via Samba [samba]

Linux/Samba based Cisco printing infrastructure


Version Control

Gold Server
Host Install Tools
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Directory Servers
Authentication Servers
Time Synchronization
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Client O/S Update
Client Configuration Management
Client Application Management
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