In this Page:
- Who is My Print Administrator/in My Print Group?
- Manage Print Group Membership
- Create/Delete a Print Group
- Change the Print Administrator
First, you must know the activity string of the MPS Print Group you need to manage or audit. These groups will all start with "MPS-" followed by the 10-digit activity string and a description (i.e. "MPS-0123456789-My_Print_Group", but you can simply search for "MPS-0123456789").
1. Open Microsoft Outlook with your Seattle U account.
2. Open the Address Book by clicking on the icon in the upper right.
3. Search for the name of the Print Group you wish to manage. It will begin with "MPS-", followed by the 10-digit activity string and a description. You can simply search for "MPS-0123456789", for example.
4. Double-click the Print Group you want to audit.
5.The Print Administrator is identified in the "Owner" box to the left, while the group members are listed in the box to the right. Note: The Print Administrator need not also be a group member.
- You must be the Print Administrator (see Printing Definitions)
- If the current Print Administrator is unavailable, their supervisor may make the request
- Have the full name of the Print Group available (see the display name field in the image above)
- Have a list of users to ADD
- Have a list of users to REMOVE
Submit the above information to the Service Desk.
To create a group, please view SU Managed Printing - Creating MPS Print Groups.
It is most expedient to have the outgoing Print Administrator (see ) to name their successor. If unavailable, their supervisor may make the request. In either scenario, the request should be sent to the Service Desk.
Note: It is highly recommended that a new Print Administrator be named immediately when the current PA is leaving that role, even if this person will serve temporarily. Otherwise, this individual will continue to receive monthly usage memos and there could be delays in making changes to the Print Group.