Image scanning and printing.
Comprehensive set of tools for multifunctional printers.
OCR engine to extract texts from scanned images.
Logic, easy to use.
Windows XP Service Pack 3
64-bit version of Windows
Processor: Dual Core 2.0GHz
Hard Disk Space: 100MB
‘Background’ and ‘Waiting for Scanner to finish’ options.
SmarThru is a professional application that provides a comprehensive set of tools for multifunctional printers. Highlights include image scanning, document printing, as well as text recognition.
Having SmarThru as an asset pays off, because it allows for a better management of MFP devices and, moreover, it enables users to take full advantage of what these printers have to offer.
Extensive set of scanning and printing features
SmarThru comes with a plethora of functions, which enable you to scan and print documents and images in the easiest manner. Another function that can’t go without mentioning is the built-in OCR engine that can extract texts from scanned images.
All of these are available from a centralized control panel that is user-friendly and easy to handle, having all of the functions organized into four major sections.
Scan documents or images and perform adjustments
The first component scans pictures and saves them to graphics formats such as JPEG, TIFF and BMP. The saved content can then be placed in another application or folder, as well as emailed or published on the specified website.
With the second component, named ‘Image’, you can manage (print, email, OCR) the graphics that were processed previously. Furthermore, you can use the ‘Copy’ feature, which is the third of the suite, to make black and white or color copies of the pictures.
Print content and even manage faxes
The last of the components is revealed in the ‘Print’ section, which will quickly send images to the MFP printer with customizable layout settings.
To top it all off, there’s also a fax management function for devices that include such a function. Thus, you can send images by fax in a single page or multi-page format without going through complicated procedures.
On an ending note, SmarThru is a great manager for multifunction eea19f52d2
FindSearchFolders is a PowerShell script that will allow you to find users in Exchange that have a very high number of search folders.
The New-IstiumResourceGroup command is used to create a resource group (“RG”) in your Istio configuration. The command can be used on an endpoint, Kubernetes configuration (pod), or Istio configuration (istio.net/config). The New-IstiumResourceGroup command does not return an error message if it is unable to create the resource group.
On a Kubernetes configuration (pod) or Istio configuration (istio.net/config), the New-IstiumResourceGroup command is used to create a resource group (“RG”) in Istio configuration. The command can be used on an endpoint, or Kubernetes configuration (pod). The New-IstiumResourceGroup command does not return an error message if it is unable to create the resource group.
If you have a script you would like to have run on a schedule, you can use a Runbook. A runbook has two components: the Runbook with the *.yaml, and a Scheduler component. The Scheduler component is optional and is often not required. You can install the Scheduler from the Dashboard. After the Scheduler is installed, it will automatically be added to any Runbook that is scheduled to run.
We created this library to make working with AD configuration more straightforward. You can use this library to import/export your AD configuration in various formats such as YAML, CSV, or XML.
This project also includes a command-line tool called “config”, that can be used to dump out your AD configuration. For more details, please refer to the documentation.
PowerShell Get-ADDomainGroupAutentication feature.
This article shows how to change the default display name of an AD Domain Group.
Managed package dependencies are often the bane of your organization’s life. We all know that it’s hard to manually check dependencies for a package before installing it. The problem is you don’t always know which dependency is causing the issues, and sometimes there are issues with dependencies after you’ve installed them.
In this article, we’ll look at a couple different ways to get dependency information so we can identify the package causing issues.