HP Mobile Release

HP Mobile Release

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The HP Mobile Release App (for Android devices) is part of the HP Access Control (HP AC) Secure Pull Print solution. It enables users to securely release print jobs to a printer of their choice using a mobile device.

Please note that the HP Access Control (HP AC) Secure Pull Print solution is required, and is sold separately.

HP Access Control (HP AC) Secure Pull Print & HP Mobile Release can help your organization:
•Enhance mobility
•Promote security
•Save money
•Boost productivity
•Ensure accountability

How it works:
1.Submit print job from desktop or other client.
2.Launch HP Mobile Release and scan QR code on the HP AC enabled printer of choice with your mobile device.
3.Select and release print job(s) to printer from mobile device.

All activity is secured, tracked, and managed as part of the HP Access Control (HP AC) Secure Pull Print solution. Initial configuration requires entering HP AC server address and user login credentials in app settings.

For more information on HP Mobile Release and how to acquire & learn all system requirements for HP Access Control (HP AC) Secure Pull Printing, visit www.hp.com/go/gsc.

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Recently changed in this version

•Secure authentication
•Secure credential storage (requires clearing data in settings-app before or after upgrading from a previous version)

For more information on HP Mobile Release and how to acquire & learn all system requirements for HP Access Control (HP AC) Secure Pull Printing, visit www.hp.com/go/gsc.


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  • (62 stars)

    by George Soares on 01/02/2013

    Crap!!! it would be good if hp could work together with Samsung to make it work!