I would like to bring a previous thread forward to ask if anyone has gotten
this to work. Specifically, if you have the latest Client32 with
NetIdentity installed, the latest iPrint client and the latest ZfD mgmt
agent, iPrint should be able to retrieve the credentials and not have to
prompt for a password.

I have not been able to get this to work. However, I did a test and
installed XTier on a test iPrint server which then did pass the credentials
to iPrint although I could not get it to work under WinXP user priviledges
even after giving the user full rights to c:\ndps.

My goal is to be able to (1) enforce user ACLs for printing, (2) setup
pass-through authentication and (3) have it all working under user
privileges. For item (1), I see there is a beta patch out TID2973169 which
is most excellent. Items (2) and (3) I'm stuck on. Can anyone shed some



Hi Tony,
I don't think that the iPrint team tests the ZfD version of NetIdentity,
but we do test the NetIdentity that ships with the Client32 CD, and it
does work with the iPrint client without any XTier in the picture.

It may be that the ZfD version requires XTier, or it could be that the
Zen folks still don't have their version working with iPrint right quite
yet. Here's a TID I found about the ZfD version:
But as far as it says, upgrading to the newer ZfD as you've done should
take care of it. Good luck.

Tony wrote:

> I run Nw6.5sp4, ZfD6.5sp2 and iPrint 4.12 but I haven't been able to get
> NetIdentity to pass the credentials to iPrint client. And the first
> paragraph in the above link seems to state that the iPrint server

> XTier. I will try and test this when I have a chance, but if a new

> will provide the same capability, then that is the simpler path.
> While on the subject, it would be nice if secure printing (SSL/TLS) can

> independent from user authentication. Additionally, it would be awful

> for the iPrint ZfD policy to be able to manage tabs and settings of the
> iPrint client. I don't want my users to be able to cache the password,

> for that to happen, pass-through authentication must work. My 2 cents.