How to add printers to zScope Classic Printer queue

z/Scope terminal emulator printer queue

With zScope Classic, you are able to print directly from your Terminal without going through our Printer Preview. With this feature, you can also add multiple printers, and that’s what we are going to cover in this tutorial.

1- First of all we’ll need to open zScope Classic and click on File > Connection Wizard.

z/Scope calssic connection wizard step 1

2- You’ll be displayed with the following screen, where you just need to hit “Next”.

z/Scope Connection setup wizard step 2

3- There you will be asked to select the Host type. In this example, we are connecting to a green screen IBM AS/400 Terminal.

z/Scope Connection setup wizard host step 3

4- Here we’ll need to follow two steps:

  1. Disable the Display Type option
  2. Enable the Printer checkbox and enter the name or the IP Address of the Network Printer.
z/Scope Connection setup wizard enable printer step 4

5-  Once you get to the Host Address dialog box, specify the Printer’s name to be displayed under zScope.

z/Scope Connection setup wizard printer name step 5

6- Then hit next, disable the ‘Connect to host’ option and click on “Finish”.

z/Scope Connection setup wizard disable host step 6

7- At this point, you should be able to see your created printers on our zScope Printer queue.

Terminal emulator printer Step 7

If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected].


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