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Mobility Print for Windows

End user instructions to install Mobility Print for Windows

 

Attention Windows 7 users

Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7 on 14 January 2020, and will no longer supply any security updates for the operating system.

We recommend that all users upgrade to Windows 10 as soon as possible to avoid the risk of their devices becoming increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks.

 Microsoft's FAQ on upgrading to Windows 10

 For IT staff: Windows 10 upgrade for institutionally owned machines

 

The above video gives general instructions to provide familiarisation of the process required to print, specific instructions can be found below.

Prerequisites

  • Computer running Microsoft Windows (7 or later)
  • Desktop Services account for authentication 
  • eduroam or UniOfCam wireless network connection 
  • Common Balance credit (Local Balance credit isn't supported by Mobility Print)

How To Add A Printer And Print
Important: Make sure your Windows workstation or laptop is connected to either eduroam or UniOfCam wireless network.

  1. Download and run this Mobility Print Printer Setup (pc-mobility-print-printer-setup.exe) from PaperCut.
  2. On the License Agreement screen, click Next.
  3. Select DS-Print_FindMe then click Next.
  4. Enter your CRSid and University password then click Next.
  5. Click Finish.
  6. Print your document.
  7. At any supported MFD login to release your print job.

 

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