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OS 10.4 - how do you disable printing on different user accounts


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Hi,

At school we have set up a printer on the local administrator account - and it seems to then make the printer available to all local user accounts on that computer. We need to disable printing / or remove access to that printer on the other local accounts on the mac. If we log on as a student account and delete the printer, it also deletes it on the administrator account... Can anyone help please?

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