Release Notes: Improved Munki support within the example PrinterSetup_OSX_PACKAGE scripts so that package name and package version may be readily updated and modified by passing additional parameters to the build script. This should allow updates to more readily deployed when used in conjunction with Munki. Support has been added for name-prefixing with default printer package install scripts.
Release Notes: A new pre-action setup script is included in this release to assist with narrowing down print queues for removal prior to installation of new CUPS print queues.
Release Notes: This release adds various updates and bugfixes, specifically relating to Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7.
Release Notes: Minor updates and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds an example droplet that allows batch generation of Apple install packages, which will set a default printer on the target system. It also features improvements to the dynamic configuration system by adding space detection for Mac OS X network location names. Now it is possible to make dynamic printing changes even if a network location name contains spaces. Various bugfixes, including fixes for CUPS export to Printer Setup Files. Exports for RAW queues are now handled even on older versions of CUPS.
Release Notes: A major issue relating to generic printers and Mac OS 10.6 has been resolved, as have various other major issues.
Release Notes: The Linux support for various scripts was improved.
Release Notes: Various improvements were made to the dynamic and package deployment systems, including various scripts to assist with setup and reduce manual editing of PSF files.
Release Notes: This release includes the second incarnation of the dynamic deployment system for Mac OS X. A key aspect of this release is how much less time it takes to get the dynamic deployment system packaged up and deployed to client machines for a specific domain. You no longer need to edit the various files by hand. Instead, you can run a script which will copy the template and configure them to your domain.
Release Notes: This release focuses on a dynamic deployment system for Mac OS X. This feature allows print queues to be added and removed automatically, depending upon various system changes. For example, this feature may be configured to add and remove specific print queues as a laptop moves between various wireless networks.