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Chapter 5.6. Auditing Resource Access > Auditing Access to Printers

Auditing Access to Printers

Printers have a very similar Access Control List (ACL) structure to files and folders, although with a different set of permissions that reflect printing activities rather than file access ones. Like files, there is a Discretionary Access Control List that controls access to the printer, and a SystemAccess Control List that governs what is audited.

The auditing is controlled from the equivalent security dialog box to one for files (that is, from within the properties dialog box for the printer, the administrator chooses Security, clicks Advanced, and then goes to Auditing).


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