HOW TO PREVENT THE USER ADD OR REMOVE PRINTING ON UBUNTU

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gcchaves

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Good night,

I wonder if possible how to perform the above procedure and also prevent the ubuntu publish or automatically add network printers.

thank you,
 


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blackneos940

Guest
Good night,

I wonder if possible how to perform the above procedure and also prevent the ubuntu publish or automatically add network printers.

thank you,
Have you tried right-clicking on the Program you see to add Printers, and making it root-only.....? :) Right click, go to Properties, Permission, and set everything there to root..... :) If you have any problems, let us know!..... :D
 
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gcchaves

Guest
Have you tried right-clicking on the Program you see to add Printers, and making it root-only.....? :) Right click, go to Properties, Permission, and set everything there to root..... :) If you have any problems, let us know!..... :D
resolved,

is in the cupsd.conf configuration file

# Show shared printers on the local network.
Browsing Off
BrowseLocalProtocols dnssd

# Which protocols will we use to discover printers on the network?
# Can use DNSSD and/or CUPS, or 'none' for neither.
BrowseRemoteProtocols dnssd cups

# Which protocols will we use to broadcast shared local printers to the network?
# Can use DNSSD and/or CUPS, or 'none' for neither.
# Only CUPS is actually supported, as DNSSD is done by CUPS itself (we ignore
# DNSSD in this directive).
# BrowseLocalProtocols none

# Settings of this directive apply to both BrowseRemoteProtocols and
# BrowseLocalProtocols.
# Can use DNSSD and/or CUPS, or 'none' for neither.
# BrowseProtocols none

Tanks,
 
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blackneos940

Guest
resolved,

is in the cupsd.conf configuration file

# Show shared printers on the local network.
Browsing Off
BrowseLocalProtocols dnssd

# Which protocols will we use to discover printers on the network?
# Can use DNSSD and/or CUPS, or 'none' for neither.
BrowseRemoteProtocols dnssd cups

# Which protocols will we use to broadcast shared local printers to the network?
# Can use DNSSD and/or CUPS, or 'none' for neither.
# Only CUPS is actually supported, as DNSSD is done by CUPS itself (we ignore
# DNSSD in this directive).
# BrowseLocalProtocols none

# Settings of this directive apply to both BrowseRemoteProtocols and
# BrowseLocalProtocols.
# Can use DNSSD and/or CUPS, or 'none' for neither.
# BrowseProtocols none

Tanks,
Shoot..... :D Thought I had the right idea, but at least you solved it!..... :D
 
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gcchaves

Guest
Shoot..... :D Thought I had the right idea, but at least you solved it!..... :D
relaxing, one pulls another suggestion, finally are not the answers that move the world, but the questions. I deeply appreciate your intention to help :)
 
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blackneos940

Guest
relaxing, one pulls another suggestion, finally are not the answers that move the world, but the questions. I deeply appreciate your intention to help :)
I like that..... :) Also, I deeply appreciate your sentiment..... :) I sense a kindred Spirit, and by Spirit, I literally mean Spirit..... :) Have you ever heard of Alan Watts.....? :3
 

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