Peage

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Peage

General

Peage is the print/scan/copy system of the Radboud University for staff and students. General information can be found on the Peage website.

On this page, C&CZ gives information specific for staff and students of FNWI.


Differences with the C&CZ print system

ToDo


Printing with Peage

Printing with Péage on a Windows 7/8/8.1/10 machine (either self or CnCZ maintained)

You need your RU-account (u/f/e/s-number and RU-password) to send print jobs to the printer.

Step 1
Select Start, in the Help / Search area enter Credential Manager and launch the found application.
Step 2
The Windows Vault appears. Click on Add a Windows credential next to the header Windows Credentials.
Enter credential data:
Internet or network address: payprint03.ru.nl
User name: your RU-account, preceded by ru\, eg. ru\u123456.
Password: your matching RU-password
Finally click OK and close the Credential Manager.
Step 3
Select Start, in the Help / Search area enter Devices and Printers and launch the Control menu item.
Step 4
In the Menu bar click on Add a Printer, select Add a network, wireless or Bluethooth printer.
If the printer is listed in the Select a printer list, double click on the printer. The printer will automatically be installed and added to your printers.
Otherwise, click on The printer that i want isn't listed and select Select a shared printer by name, next enter \\payprint03.ru.nl\RU-Print03.
The printer will now be automatically installed and added to your printers.
Click Next and finally Finish.


Printing with Péage on a Mac OS X machine

You need your RU-account (u/f/e/s-number and RU-password) to send a print job to the printer.

Step 1
Select System Preferences, select Printers & Scanners
Step 2
Click on the + (plus) sign below the list of printers.
See if you have an item Advanced in the menu bar.
Whenever this item is not present: Right click in this menu bar and choose Customize Toolbar....
Drag the item Advanced into the menu bar.
Click on Done and, again, click on the item Advanced in the menu bar.
Step 3
Enter printer data:
Type: Windows printer via spoolss
Device: Another Device
URL: smb://payprint03.ru.nl/RU-print03
Name: Free to type text field, eg. RU-print03 (this will become the name of the printer in the printer list)
Location: Free to type text field, eg. Péage Konica Minolta printers
Use: Change Choose a Driver... to the printer driver, eg. Generic Postscript Printer
Finally click Add.
A new window will appear with an option Duplex Printing Unit. Mark the check box as active and click OK.
Step 4
Now is the time to setup your printing preferences. Click Options & Supplies... and next Options.
Our advise: select black-and-white printing and Duplex Printing Unit as your printing defaults.
Step 5
The setup to use your RU-account and RU-password is explained next.
Find some document you wish to print and send your first print job to this new Péage printer.
If your printer is shown in the Dock you will notice a 1 on top of the printer icon.
Click on the printer icon to view the print queue.
You could also click on the printer in Printers & Scanners in System Preferences.
The status will be that the print job has been send, but after a while the status will change to Hold for Authentication.
Select the print job in the print queue and click on the button Resume.
A dialog window appears requesting your Name and Password.
Enter your RU-account, preceded by ru.nl\, eg. ru.nl\s1234567, and the matching RU-password.
If the printer icon is missing from the Dock, the dialog window requesting <stron>Name and Password will popup.
Login with your RU-account (ru.nl\u1234567) and RU-password.
Select if desired Remember this password in my keychain, so your RU-account and RU-password will be remembered, authentication for print jobs is no more needed.
Clicking OK will, after a second (depending on the size of your print job), remove the print job from the queue. The job is then received by the print server and remains
in its print queue for final printing.


Printing with Péage on a Linux machine

(under construction)

You need your RU-account (u/f/e/s-number and RU-password) to send a print job to the printer.

Below a short decription how to install the printer on Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr). This procedure might work for other recent Linux systems using the Gnome Desktop.

Step 1
Via System Settings visit Printers.
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Step 2
Click above the field with printers on the Add button.
There might appear a window Authenticate, provide the requested root password.
Step3
A window New Printer emerges, select Network Printer and then Windows Printer via SAMBA.
On the right side you can provide required data:
SMB Printer: smb://payprint03.ru.nl/RU-Print03
Authentication: Prompt user if authentication is required
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Click on Forward.
Step 4
In the next window you have to choose a driver: Select Provide PPD file.
Also select the Peage.ppd (Postscript Printer Description) file, which has to be downloaded first via right-clicking the link.
Click on Forward. You should see a window Installable Options with settings you can change. If using the correct PPD file no adaptations are needed.
Click on Forward.
Step 5
Provide the requested data:
Printer Name: RU-Print03
Description: KONICA MINOLTA C754SeriesPS/P
Location: Virtual printqueue / available at all Peage KM printers
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Click on Apply.
There might appear a window Authenticate, provide the requested root password.
Select Cancel at the question Would you like to print a test page?.
Step 6
Your printer has been installed and is ready to use.
As soon as you use the printer, a window will pop up showing the message Authentication is required to print ... and also asking for your credentials.
At Username type your u/f/e/s-number, preceded by your domain, eg ru\u123456 and at Password your RU-password.
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Printing a job at the printer

step 1
Log in with your RU-account, now without the ru\ prefix, eg. u123456 and Péage PIN or RU-password on one of the Konica Minolta printers.
Choose Print, select the print job(s).
Pressing Details next to the print job will show you the costs of this print job.
Step 2
Press the blue button to print your document(s).
Step 3
Log out


Change PIN and report usage Péage

Step 1
Visit the site MyPeage
Step 2
Log in with your RU-account, again without the ru\ prefix, eg. u123456 and RU-password or Péage PIN to the site.
Signing in using the Péage PIN is also a way to test your PIN number.
Step 3
Select the action you wish to perform: Manage my user PINs or Select account report.
Step 4
Log out


Status and history budget

By logging in at the accounting server website with the user credentials as above, one can view the current balance of the budget. The budget history can be seen after clicking on 'Statement', one then gets something like this:

7-10-2010      
User account statement
Reporting period 8-9-2010 to 7-10-2010

s0123456        Test Student
Opening Balance:  0,00
Color quota     unlimited
Date                Type      User ID      Description                Pages   Credit    Debit
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
24-9-2010 11:13     adj                    test account                        10,00     0,00
6-10-2010 17:47     print     s0123456     Microsoft Word - Document1     3     0,00     0,10
6-10-2010 17:48     print     s0123456     Microsoft Word - Verslag      10     0,00     0,40
7-10-2010 10:14     print     s0123456     Microsoft Word - Opgave2       3     0,00     0,10
7-10-2010 15:18     copy      s0123456     Copying  	                  1  	0,00  	 0,04
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                         17    10,00     0,64
Closing Balance:     9,36


History of Project Peage

In June 2011 a (second) Proof of Concept project was successfully executed at several faculties including FNWI.

As of July 2011 a Peage multifunctional is available at the Faculty of Science in the Huygens building. The multifunctional printer is located near the vending machines in the cafetaria.

As of February 13, 2012, students of the Faculty of Science can use Peage, including the Peage printer in the Huygens building.

Half 2016, a test of Peage is carried out for students and staff. The plan is to gradually move all KM MFP's from the C&CZ printsystem to Peage.