This video demonstrates printing from a line of business application and how quickly the information can be repurposed. In this example, the invoice's important information will get extracted and placed in an XML file along with a PDF file. This window print driver is using Microsoft new v4 XPS technology.
General Business Printing
By using the advanced capture features this new driver can extract document information that contains both electronic and images in the same process. The UPD has both engines vector and OCR that will be used to intelligently identify and extract important document information. In this example, a user will fill in an HCFA healthcare form and have it delivered to a folder structure. The extracted information will be placed in an XML file next to the PDF image.
Deploying this UPD Printer Driver to workstations using Microsoft Active Directory.
To deploy to many computers automatically the easiest method to use is Microsoft Active Directory Group Policy. This will allow the installation to automatically push and install to each of the intended workstations. When an update becomes available Microsoft Active Directory will also allow easy automatic updates too.
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Universal Printer Driver
*Network Deployment Configuration
* Only needed when deploying to many workstations, this file can contain licensing information.
All components are built into the printer driver, no server needed.
Automatically installs as a 60-day full trial, a purchased is required to continue use after 60 days.
Sold as a yearly subscription, renew every year or purchase years in advanced.
Sold per user, if the user has more than one computer only one license is needed assuming the user is on the same Microsoft Active Directory Domain.
Microsoft's new v4 driver technology uses the Microsoft XPS format, replacing the 25-year-old Enhanced Metafile (EMF) format. The XPS format is similar to a self-contained PDF file. Everything about the document such as fonts, images, and layout are all included in this one file. Each XPS document consists of a very organized structure that defines every aspect of the document. This new Microsoft XPS format is a huge improvement over the older EMF formats when it comes to portability and usability.
Starting with Windows 8, printing is processed via this new XPS technology. For backward compatibility with older printer drivers, Microsoft has added built-in converters to the operating system that convert XPS documents to EMF. Unfortunately, this additional step can cause conversion issues and printing delays depending on the layout, size, and color of the document. Drivers that work natively with the XPS format have fewer points of failure and improve future compatibility with printing applications.
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