Handy PowerShell hacks for PaperCut MF/NG

Alec Clews, PaperCut – I migrated from an Apple MacBook to a Windows 10 laptop earlier in the year. Ever since I’ve been busy grokking the world of PowerShell and .NET Core.

As this little learning project has to fit around all my other activities, it’s very much still a work in progress. But I’ve started to share some of my discoveries with PaperCut colleagues, and thought I’d also share them with you.

Note these tips assume you have some PowerShell experience. However, even if you haven’t used PowerShell , you might find it useful to cut and paste these examples into your TEST PaperCut MF/NG server system to see how they work.

There are a number of PowerShell details I’ve glossed over, so further experimentation and reading are very much encouraged.

Tip 1: Create a PowerShell function to make it easy to call the PaperCut server-command utility

Tip 2: The location of the profile is hard to remember

Click here to see the other 5 tips and more!


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