Common system setups to work with RPM


These setup guides are provided 'as is' with no warranties or guarantees of any kind. RPM cannot be forced into receiving a print job from your print client.  While our support staff may be able to answer some questions about these guides, the information in them is not fully supported and our support staff is not required to ensure they work for everyone.

Our best advice on setting up your print client is to consult your IT staff, local documentation or do a web search. It's nearly impossible to keep up with all the versions of all the systems and do so accurately. Nonetheless, here are setups we've acquired over the years. They may or may not be outdated depending on what you have, but they have been useful to others in the past.

How to set up your host system, or print client, to print to RPM Remote Print Manager®





How to set up an HP3000 MPE/iX system to print to RPM


Setting Up Remote Printer on HP9000

Mac OS X


How to print to RPM from an IBM/VSE mainframe


Creating a Linux printer 

Sun Solaris


How to set up a Windows printer to print to RPM