RPM Remote Print Manager® (RPM) is print server software for Windows platforms, which offers many print workflow capabilities. Brooks Internet Software has published and supported this software since 1995.
RPM supports the LPD and telnet protocols (or port 9100) like other network print servers. We believe you will find our support for these protocols to be complete. Customers have been relying on us for better than 20 years.
One of RPM's important distinctions is its ability to bridge systems which can't communicate with each other. Almost every computer system can print but not every system can support all you need to do. RPM has a track record of helping customers and partners make that work.
We overheard a customer calling RPM a virtual printer; it turns out that we agree. When we tracked down the definition, we found that it offers a small tour of RPM's core capabilities. Read more about virtual printers.
RPM produces multiple outputs
RPM offers many outputs including printing, running a local program, email and more. One thing that sets RPM apart is that it can apply any number of outputs to a given job. For instance, you can output to several printers from different vendors, at the same time archive the print job as a PDF.
Within RPM we can append your print job to an existing file. Using a third party program which comes with RPM, we can even merge a PDF file into an existing PDF. RPM can print and save a job to disk in one pass (useful when importing into a document management system, for instance).
There is no limit except how much you want to do, depending on your RPM license.
Windows version support
RPM 6.1 supports these versions of Windows: Vista, 7, Server 2008 (including R2), Windows 8 and 8.1, Server 2012 (including R2), Server 2016, and Windows 10. Support for Windows XP and Server 2003 has been dropped, so we no longer test new RPM versions on these older versions of Windows. The install program now refuses to run on Windows XP.
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