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What does render print jobs on client computers mean?

The client-side rendering feature makes it possible for a user to spool and render a print job locally. When the client computer can establish a connection to the print spooler, the rendered print job is automatically sent to the print server for printing.

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Regarding this, what is print rendering?

Rendering print job data for printing involves taking the program-specific data, such as text, images, and formatting, and converting them into a format that is compatible with the destination printer.

Also, what does Enable printer pooling mean? Printer pooling is a standard feature of Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7 that allows a group of printers to share the same name and function as if they were one printer. When an end user puts a print job in the queue, the first available printer is the pool will take the job.

Herein, how do I disable client side rendering?

You can disable client-side rendering in the driver by calling SetPrinterData to set the EMFDespoolingSetting value of the print queue to 1. This value will cause any clients that connect to the print queue to render the print jobs on the server.

What does keep printed documents mean?

Keep printed documents is a Windows feature that makes the Windows' print queue keep spool files instead of deleting them after the document has been printed.

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