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ScriptRunner scenario

System requirements


ScriptRunner for ThinPrint provides a convenient GUI-based means to create, execute and manage scripts. With ScriptRunner you can create scripts for individual users or for various administrator groups with different permissions. Then, for example, a user/group can only access scripts that have been released for them. Scripts can be designed so that they reveal only certain parameters to a user/group. In addition, it can be stipulated whether the values of certain parameters are permitted to be changed. Thus, ScriptRunner enables you to carry out role-based administration.

System requirements

Web server (IIS) with the Management Services and ScriptRunner:

  • at least Windows Server 2012
  • .NET Framework 4.7.2

Print server (agent):

  • at least Windows 8/Windows Server 2012
  • Windows Remote Management (WinRM) must be activated
  • Start Powershell via administrator and enter the following: Configure-SMRemoting. exe-enable

Web browser for Admin App and Delegation App:

  • Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge (Chromium), Opera


  • Start by deciding which component is to be installed on which computer.
  • TpmS.Service and ScriptRunner must be installed on the same computer. ScriptRunner requires the pre-installation of TpmS.Service.
  • If there is only one central print server in use it may also make sense to install ThinPrint Engine and Tpms.Service on the same computer.
  • Install the Tpms.Agent on the print servers on which printers, drivers and printer ports will be created.
  • Tpms.Service and ThinPrint Engine must be installed on computers in the same domain to which the license server belongs or in a trusted or sub-domain thereof.

ScriptRunner for ThinPrint Service scenario

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