Say you've moved in to a shared house with an expensive colour inkjet or laser printer. Other people will be envious and keep asking you if they can print their project work on your printer. The snag is, it costs you money. You're paying for the ink, paper and the hassle of having to let them use your printer. If this printer is on a network (wireless or wired), why not enable other users to access this printer, but limit their rights using some quota-based software?
PaperCut Quota 6.3 is a tool that you can use within a shared house, family or a very small business - completely free of charge (for up to 5 users) - and enable them to access and print from your printer. You can restrict the amount of printing and allocate a cost to prints. If they want to produce a full-colour A3 cover for their project work, you can allocate a price to this print. Unless it is paid, you can reduce access to the printer.
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