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Novell / Micro Focus

NOTE:Novell iPrint has been rebranded to Micro Focus iPrint. For more information see: https://www.novell.com/products/iprint/.


Micro Focus iPrint is available with Open Enterprise Server (OES) and also as a Standalone version (iPrint Appliance).

Micro Focus iPrint offers a single, scalable solution for managing all of your printing across multiple office locations from any device. It lets your users print quickly, easily, and more securely.

Micro Focus iPrint provides secured enterprise print services for your desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. Micro Focus’s iPrint solution integrates with your existing corporate printers, regardless of the printing vendor or brand allowing you to deliver self-service printer provisioning to your device users. It even works with your current users in Microsoft Active Directory or eDirectory.

For Novell, HP UPD is supported in traditional mode only. Dynamic mode is not supported.

Pre-configuration of the driver using the HP Driver Configuration Utility (HP DCU) is supported so that administrators can define defaults before driver installation.

The iPrint clients are now available with iPrint server and not as a separate download. You should install the iPrint client from the Welcome page of the iPrint server or iPrint Appliance.

For information on how HP UPD works in Print environment, see in the OES 2015 SP1: iPrint Administration Guideor in the iPrint Appliance 2.1 Administration Guide.

  • Novell iPrint Appliance / Server Platforms
    • Novell iPrint Appliance v1.1 — soft appliance hosted on:
      • VMware ESX 4.x+, Workstation 9.x+
      • Microsoft Hyper-V on Windows 2008 R2 SP1 / 2012 R2
      • Citrix XENServer 6.x+
      • XEN on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 /SP3
    • Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 / SP1+
    • NetWare 6.5 / SP8
  • Novell iPrint Client Platforms
    • Windows 8.1 (32-bit / 64-bit) — iPrint Client v5.99+
    • Windows 8 (32-bit / 64-bit) — iPrint Client v5.99+
    • Windows 7 SP1 (32-bit / 64-bit) — iPrint Client v5.99+

Pre installing using the HP Smart Device Agent Base for USB Plug and Play

The following additional files are available on the web under “Driver-Universal Print Driver for Managed Services” for pre-installing the HP Smart Device Agent Base for USB Plug and Play:

· HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PCL6 (32-bit) for USB connected printers

o pcl6-usb-setup-x32-6.5.0.22695

· HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PCL6 (64-bit) for USB connected printers

o pcl6-usb-setup-x64-6.5.0.22695

· HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PostScript (32-bit) for USB connected printers

o ps-usb-setup-x32-6.5.0.22695

· HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PostScript (64-bit) for USB connected printers

o ps-usb-setup-x64-6.5.0.22695

During the install process, the HP Smart Device Base package performs the following items:

Installs the HP Smart Device Agent Base

NOTE: This software installation requires .NET 4.5 or higher to install correctly.

Pre-stages the HP UPD in the Windows driver store

Pre installing using the HP Smart Device Agent Base for USB Plug and Play package:

  • Integrates an SDA “base” component for USB connected printers
  • Enables customers to move from self-managed to MPS with ease
  • Installs the Windows Local Service HPSmartDeviceAgentBase
  • Installs silently (no UI) by executing a separate msi as a step in the USB driver install adding only milliseconds to the installation
  • Simple and secure
  • Does not collect any data from the PC or from connected printers or mfps
  • Service does not communicate with the cloud or listen on any ports
  • It cannot be used by anything except a verified JetAdvantage Management Connector (JAMc) instance

Once installed:

  • The HP Smart Device Agent Base searches for USB connected printers. If none are found, the service goes into sleep mode for one hour and then checks again.
  • If the service determines that a USB-connected printer is present, the service does a DNS query to see if the JetAdvantage Management Connector (JAMc) is available. If it does not find one, the service checks to see if JAMc is available through a UDP multicast over ports 49001-49008.
  • If no JAMc is found, the service does not check again until the computer is rebooted.

For more information, see “Pre installing using the HP Smart Device Agent Base for USB Plug and Play” in chapter 5 of the HP System Administrator’s Guide.

NOTE: To uninstall the HP Smart Device Agent Base, see “To Uninstall the HP Smart Device Agent Base Service” in chapter 5 of the HP UPD System Administrator’s Guide available for download at www.hp.com/go/upd..


For more information on JAMc: https://hp.sharepoint.com/sites/ww/IPTP/Pages/managed-devices.aspx

Related information

· The latest documentation for the HP Universal Print Driver and Printer Administrator Resource Kit is available for download at http://www.hp.com/go/upd.

Refer to http://www.hp.com/go/upd for the current list of HP UPD print devices.

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Pre installing using the HP Smart Device Agent Base for USB Plug and Play

Starting with HP UPD 6.4.1, the following additional files are available on the web for pre-installing the HP Smart Device Agent Base for USB Plug and Play:

· HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PCL6 (32-bit) for USB connected printers

o pcl6-usb-setup-x32-6.4.1.22169

· HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PCL6 (64-bit) for USB connected printers

o pcl6-usb-setup-x64-6.4.1.22169

· HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PostScript (32-bit) for USB connected printers

o ps-usb-setup-x32-6.4.1.22169

· HP Universal Print Driver for Windows PostScript (64-bit) for USB connected printers

o ps-usb-setup-x64-6.4.1.22169

During the install process, the HP Smart Device Base package performs the following items:

Installs the HP Smart Device Agent Base


NOTE: This software installation requires .NET 4.5 or higher to install correctly.

Pre-stages the HP UPD in the Windows driver store

Pre installing using the HP Smart Device Agent Base for USB Plug and Play package:

  • Integrates an SDA “base” component for USB connected printers
  • Enables customers to move from self-managed to MPS with ease
  • Installs the Windows Local Service HPSmartDeviceAgentBase
  • Installs silently (no UI) by executing a separate msi as a step in the USB driver install adding only milliseconds to the installation
  • Simple and secure
  • Does not collect any data from the PC or from connected printers or mfps
  • Service does not communicate with the cloud or listen on any ports
  • It cannot be used by anything except a verified JetAdvantage Management Connector (JAMc) instance

Once installed:

  • The HP Smart Device Agent Base searches for USB connected printers.  If none are found, the service goes into sleep mode for one hour and then checks again.
  • If the service determines that a USB-connected printer is present, the service does a DNS query to see if the JetAdvantage Management Connector (JAMc) is available.  If it does not find one, the service checks to see if JAMc is available through a UDP multicast over ports 49001-49008. 
  • If no JAMc is found, the service does not check again until the computer is rebooted.

For more information, see “Pre installing using the HP Smart Device Agent Base for USB Plug and Play” in chapter 5 of the HP System Administrator’s Guide.

NOTE: To uninstall the HP Smart Device Agent Base, see “To Uninstall the HP Smart Device Agent Base Service” in chapter 5 of the HP UPD System Administrator’s Guide available for download at www.hp.com/go/upd..

For more information on JAMc: https://hp.sharepoint.com/sites/ww/IPTP/Pages/managed-devices.aspx

Related information

· The latest documentation for the HP Universal Print Driver and Printer Administrator Resource Kit is available for download at http://www.hp.com/go/upd. 

Refer to http://www.hp.com/go/upd for the current list of HP UPD print devices.

Client operating systems supported:

· Microsoft Windows 10. Pro 32-bit and 64-bit.

HP UPD Traditional Mode: Windows 10 desktop applications; Modern apps

HP UPD Dynamic Mode: Windows 10 desktop applications

· Microsoft Windows 8 / 8.1, Pro, Enterprise; 32-bit and 64-bit.

HP UPD Traditional Mode: Windows 8 desktop applications; Modern apps

HP UPD Dynamic Mode: Windows 8 desktop applications

· Microsoft Windows 7 SP1* Starter, Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate; 32-bit and 64-bit

*Microsoft has ended mainstream support for this operating system. HP will continue to provide best effort support for the current HP UPD and tools with this discontinued Windows operating system.

USB Plug and Play

NOTE: The HP LaserJet USB (DOT4) communication driver must be installed on Windows 8 / 8.1 and later Windows operating systems prior to connecting the device. This component is available for download at www.hp.com/go/upd.

Starting with HP UPD 5.6.5, new options in install.exe add the ability to select USB mode for USB Plug and Play with options to remove all versions of HP Universal Printing Driver from Windows driver store, or to add the HP Universal Printing Driver to Windows driver store. The feature removes reliance on Microsoft’s pnputil.exe to stage drivers to the Windows driver store and allows control of the ranking process used by the Microsoft operating system when selecting an HP UPD driver version during plug and play USB install.

NOTE: When using HP UPD with Smart Install capable devices, the Smart Install feature must be disabled at the control panel of the device prior to connecting the device to the computer. Please see the device documentation for instructions on disabling Smart Install.

Novell / Micro Focus

NOTE: Novell iPrint has been rebranded to Micro Focus iPrint.  For more information see: https://www.novell.com/products/iprint/.

Micro Focus iPrint is available with Open Enterprise Server (OES) and also as a Standalone version (iPrint Appliance).

Micro Focus iPrint offers a single, scalable solution for managing all of your printing across multiple office locations from any device. It lets your users print quickly, easily, and more securely.

Micro Focus iPrint provides secured enterprise print services for your desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. Micro Focus’s iPrint solution integrates with your existing corporate printers, regardless of the printing vendor or brand allowing you to deliver self-service printer provisioning to your device users. It even works with your current users in Microsoft Active Directory or eDirectory.

For Novell, HP UPD is supported in traditional mode only. Dynamic mode is not supported.


Pre-configuration of the driver using the HP Driver Configuration Utility (HP DCU) is supported so that administrators can define defaults before driver installation.

The iPrint clients are now available with iPrint server and not as a separate download. You should install the iPrint client from the Welcome page of the iPrint server or iPrint Appliance.

For information on how HP UPD works in Print environment, see in the OES 2015 SP1: iPrint Administration Guide or in the iPrint Appliance 2.1 Administration Guide.

  • Novell iPrint Appliance / Server Platforms
    • Novell iPrint Appliance v1.1 — soft appliance hosted on:
      • VMware ESX 4.x+, Workstation 9.x+
      • Microsoft Hyper-V on Windows 2008 R2 SP1 / 2012 R2
      • Citrix XENServer 6.x+
      • XEN on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 /SP3
    • Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 / SP1+
    • NetWare 6.5 / SP8
  • Novell iPrint Client Platforms
    • Windows 8.1 (32-bit / 64-bit) — iPrint Client v5.99+
    • Windows 8 (32-bit / 64-bit) — iPrint Client v5.99+
    • Windows 7 SP1 (32-bit / 64-bit) — iPrint Client v5.99+

HP UPD Install/Upgrade

Before installation or upgrade, it is advised to review the following documentation from HP and Microsoft.

HP Universal Print Driver System Administrator’s Guide

NOTE: if upgrading from HP UPD v5.2, please refer to the System Administrator’s Guide section “Issues after upgrade from HP UPD v5.2.x)

  • KB829766: Mailbox and other printer-specific settings are saved with an Excel file
  • KB2004234: After upgrading a printer driver on any Microsoft Operating system later than Windows XP and Server 2003, the old driver files are still being used.

For Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Windows 2008R2, please reference the following Microsoft printing core components update: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2647753

Enterprise environments that have a unidrv.dll and/or pscript5.dll version older than the version packaged in the HP UPD may experience symptoms defined in the Microsoft articles. Administrators should identify the unidrv.dll or pscript5.dll version installed in the \windows\system32\spool\drivers\*\3 directory, compare it to the HP UPD Version History table in this release note, and create appropriate testing and deployment plans specific to the installation environment.

Client operating systems supported:

· Microsoft Windows 10. Pro 32-bit and 64-bit.

HP UPD Traditional Mode:  Windows 10 desktop applications; Modern apps

HP UPD Dynamic Mode:  Windows 10 desktop applications

· Microsoft Windows 8 / 8.1, Pro, Enterprise; 32-bit and 64-bit.   

HP UPD Traditional Mode:  Windows 8 desktop applications; Modern apps

HP UPD Dynamic Mode:  Windows 8 desktop applications

· Microsoft Windows 7 SP1* Starter, Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate; 32-bit and 64-bit

*Microsoft has ended mainstream support for this operating system.  HP will continue to provide best effort support for the current HP UPD and tools with this discontinued Windows operating system.

HP UPD Install/Upgrade

Before installation or upgrade, it is advised to review the following documentation from HP and Microsoft.  

HP Universal Print Driver System Administrator’s Guide

NOTE: if upgrading from HP UPD v5.2, please refer to the System Administrator’s Guide section “Issues after upgrade from HP UPD v5.2.x)

  • KB829766: Mailbox and other printer-specific settings are saved with an Excel file
  • KB2004234: After upgrading a printer driver on any Microsoft Operating system later than Windows XP and Server 2003, the old driver files are still being used.

For Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Windows 2008R2, please reference the following Microsoft printing core components update:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2647753 

Enterprise environments that have a unidrv.dll and/or pscript5.dll version older than the version packaged in the HP UPD may experience symptoms defined in the Microsoft articles.  Administrators should identify the unidrv.dll or pscript5.dll version installed in the \windows\system32\spool\drivers\*\3 directory, compare it to the HP UPD Version History table in this release note, and create appropriate testing and deployment plans specific to the installation environment. 

USB Plug and Play

NOTE:  The HP LaserJet USB (DOT4) communication driver must be installed on Windows 8 / 8.1 and later Windows operating systems prior to connecting the device.   This component is available for download at www.hp.com/go/upd. 

Starting with HP UPD 5.6.5, new options in install.exe add the ability to select USB mode for USB Plug and Play with options to remove all versions of HP Universal Printing Driver from Windows driver store, or to add the HP Universal Printing Driver to Windows driver store.  The feature removes reliance on Microsoft’s pnputil.exe to stage drivers to the Windows driver store and allows control of the ranking process used by the Microsoft operating system when selecting an HP UPD driver version during plug and play USB install. 

NOTE:  When using HP UPD with Smart Install capable devices, the Smart Install feature must be disabled at the control panel of the device prior to connecting the device to the computer.  Please see the device documentation for instructions on disabling Smart Install. 


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