RPM Remote Print Manager is a virtual printer software that can convert files to other formats, print to multiple printers, send jobs to a printer and save to disk, and print to various trays.
RPM is a virtual printer product that has been used by customers for 20 years. It not only does everything you'd expect a virtual PDF printer to do, but goes above and beyond to provide users with additional benefits. For instance, RPM can convert incoming print jobs to other formats, such as PDF, TIFF, and PCL, save multiple documents into a single document, print the same job to multiple printers in one pass, send to a printer and save to disk, and print the same job multiple times using separate paper trays.
In addition to its virtual printer capabilities, RPM can also act as a print server. It offers a range of useful features for managing print workflows, including the ability to send print jobs to any Windows printer, send print jobs to any printer on the network using core Windows print protocols or LPR, archive print jobs to local folders, shared folders, or anywhere via FTP, run any local application on your print job, and send your print job via email as an attachment or in the message body.
RPM also provides an extensive range of capabilities for data editing, manipulation, and translation. This makes it a must-have for businesses and organizations seeking to optimize their printing operations. The software is incredibly powerful and takes care of all your printing needs, enabling you to focus on other important tasks. With its virtual printer and print server capabilities, extensive data editing, manipulation, and translation features, RPM is an absolute game-changer for any business or organization looking to streamline their printing operations.
RPM 6.1 supports a wide range of Windows versions, including Vista, 7, Server 2008 (including R2), Windows 8 and 8.1, Server 2012 (including R2), and Windows 10. However, support for older versions of Windows, such as Windows XP and Server 2003, has been dropped, and new RPM versions are no longer tested on these operating systems.
Overall, if you're someone who struggles with printing, RPM is a software that's definitely worth considering. Its vast range of features and capabilities is sure to make printing a much more streamlined and efficient process, enabling you to focus on other important tasks while it takes care of everything else.
Rewritten the Queue Folders to address bottlenecks causing the directory monitoring to freeze
Fixed the issue when message log entries are stored in the database out of order
Fixed the "source doesn't exist" issue when moving/copying a file to another folder on some user systems
And other fixes
Completely overhauled Job Launcher that schedules and executes print jobs after they arrive
All jobs are now spooled to a folder and added to RPM by a task in the background
Updated all the code in RPM that runs a program
Updated the PCL to PDF transform to include the trial watermark
Version 184.108.40.2061beta: Updates spelled out on https://www.brooksnet.com/rpm-beta-620531 including the job launcher, the LPD protocol, the way we execute programs, and Queue Folder (the file watcher)